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BLOOMING GROVE, PA — The Pike County Conservation District (PCCD) is offering a $500 Environmental Education Project grant opportunity to Pike County teachers or youth organizations to fund a … more
PENNSYLVANIA — Travelers pedaling across the country and on rail-trails have the potential of helping the local economy in a sustainable, “green” way. That’s the message that … more
Did you know the beaver is New York State’s official mammal, or that it is North America’s largest rodent? I recently encountered the beaver depicted here and had the opportunity to … more
Graphic Designer Amanda Reed shot this great video and other awesome action pics of dock dogs and so much more while visiting the Great American Outdoor Show in Harrisburg PA. Click Here to read … more
REGION — Volunteer teams from Growing Older Together (GOT) and Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support (SEEDS) recently completed a joint project of energy-efficiency upgrades for … more
WAYNE AND PIKE COUNTIES — The Wayne and Pike Trails and Waterways Alliance will host a public meeting for its trail feasibility study Wednesday, February 6 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the White Mills … more
HONESDALE, PA — Sandy Long, a contributor to The River Reporter’s River Talk column, is the new executive director of the non-profit energy and environmental education organization, … more
The start of a new year usually means it’s time to move on from the past year’s local government activities and early January re-organizational meetings. Also, there’s been drama to … more
REGION — The Delaware River Basin Commission delivered a data roundup for 2018 earlier this month, noting that the wet year delivered three record-breaking flow rates on the Schuylkill and … more
ALBANY, NY — Catskill Mountainkeeper and its allies at the Catskill Park Coalition will be meeting with New York’s legislative leaders, senators and assembly members and key regulatory … more
A primary muse and fellow poet whose spirit has walked countless miles with mine has gone silent. On January 17, Mary Oliver’s battle with lymphoma came to an end. Her profound influence on my … more
DINGMANS FERRY, PA — Ever wonder what kind of animal left behind those tracks? Does all the rustling in the brush make you curious? The Pocono Environmental Education Center is offering a … more
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — Morgan Outdoors will host a free public health program on deer ticks on January 19 at 11 a.m. Public health educator Jill Hubert Simon will discuss ticks, specifically … more
NORTHEAST PA — The Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society is offering a full scholarship for an adult and a related child to attend “family camp” on Hog Island in Maine this summer … more
It’s the middle of winter, and you’re probably not thinking now about  invasive species. Then again, it’s hard to forget clearing thickets of Japanese barberry or treating … more
Some stories are harder to tell than others. They can be harder to write, too. This is one of those stories.  It came to me while I was having a glass of wine with an old friend. He had just … more
Many of us live in the Upper Delaware River region partly for the opportunity to experience the abundant and amazing wildlife sharing the forests and waters of this majestic place. Most of the time, … more
ONLINE/NY — The New York Sea Grant Watercraft Inspection educational webinar series starts January 17. The program features coastal science and aquatic invasive species (AIS) experts and will … more
REGION — Due to the lapse in appropriations during the federal government shutdown, national parks will be open as much as possible. Parks, roads, overlooks, river accesses and trails at … more
With New Years behind us, a lot of people are looking forward to getting involved in seasonal outdoor activities, including skiing and snowshoeing. By January, the ice fishing season has usually … more
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