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What Happens On The Ridge Happens To All of Us.
“Moore Township to recognize Appalachian National Scenic Trail and inventory township’s natural resources, agricultural lands, and environmentally sensitive areas on revisions to its official map.” Please see full article on page 3 here.
Photos courtesy of Mary Linkevich (nest) and Rebecca McCabe (birds in-hand) In June 2018, Hawk Mountain tagged two adult male Broad-winged Hawks with 5-gram satellite transmitters with the hope of learning more …Read More
On behalf of the Kittatinny Coalition, Audubon Pennsylvania has awarded two grants to help support Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) identified in the Pennsylvania Wildlife Action Plan. With this funding, Millersville …Read More
On May 15th, 2018, the Central Pennsylvania Conservancy (CPC) purchased a 79.4-acre mountain tract between two previously disjointed tracts of State Game Lands #230 in Cumberland County. The tract covers the ridgeline …Read More
Kempton, PA—Hawk Mountain Sanctuary and The Nature Conservancy announced that they will protect over 2,400 acres of Sanctuary forestland for generations to come. “Hawk Mountain sits on the Kittatinny Ridge, a globally-significant …Read More
This Letter to the Editor appeared in the March 5, 2018 Reading Eagle website. Letter: Warehouses pose risk for sensitive region Environmental groups appreciative of municipal leaders’ efforts in northern Berks. Editor: …Read More
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This article from The Sun is about the Kittatinny Coalition’s Return on Environment study for Dauphin County. Many thanks to Manada Conservancy for organizing and hosting the meeting and to John Rogers, …Read More