LAKE ARIEL, PA — There are upcoming events at the Lacawac Sanctuary for people of all ages. For the over-18 set, there’s the “Science of Brewing Craft Beer Dinner” on Thursday, September 20 at 6 p.m. at the Wallenpaupack Brewing Company, 73 Welwood Ave., Hawley. Fuel your passion for all things locally produced while helping Lacawac Sanctuary.
BEACH LAKE, PA — Superintendent Kristina Heister has announced the appointment of Andrew Weber to the position of aquatic ecologist at Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River.
PIKE COUNTY, PA — Kelly Stagen, of Lords Valley, a member of the Pike County Conservation District (PCCD) Board of Directors, has been named Secretary of the Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts (PACD).
On September 12, volunteers assisted the Lake Wallenpaupack Watershed Management District (LWWMD) and the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission’s (PFBC) Habitat Division in constructing and installing structures meant to improve fish habitat in Lake Wallenpaupack, the popular man-made Wayne and Pike County Pennsylvania lake built in the 1920s.
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — Join Sullivan Audubon on Thursday, September 13 at 6 p.m. in room B 113 of Sullivan County Community College for a program titled “The Magic of Monarchs,” led by teen member Tannar Cliffe.
DELAWARE RIVER WATERSHED — The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) has announced $1.6 million in grants from its Delaware River Restoration Fund (DRRF) for the Pennsylvania portion of the Delaware River watershed including the Poconos.
With September in full swing, many people are preparing for the fall hunting season, and many deer hunters will be in the field for the start of archery season, which will start in less than a month’s time.
A long time ago, when I was a 19-year-old lad, I pounded the Hound all the way from White Plains across this great land to Missoula, MT, where I enrolled at the university there. My adventure began when a high school chum stopped to visit over Christmas and explained he was a student at the university there.
Wonders abound in the natural world and pique our interest in knowing more about the flora or fauna we encounter. I recently discovered an animal skull and various bones in the shallows of the Lackawaxen River and became intrigued to know which mammal had lost its life and returned to the flow of the water.
COCHECTON, NY—Farmers are invited to the free Corn Plot Field Day on Thursday, September 6, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This event will be held on My Place Road in Cochecton, NY (follow signs to property). Participants can earn pesticide credits for NY, NJ, and PA. Lunch is provided.