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LWCF: Investing in Conservation

September 18, 2018By: Josh Raulerson

Funding from the Land and Water Conservation Fund helps protect wildlife habitat, improve water quality, and preserve open space for Pennsylvanians to enjoy. But those benefits could disappear if Congress doesn’t vote to reauthorize the Fund by September 30. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4ZYaSKIkoY&t=1sVideo...

Pennsylvania Legacies #81: LWCF’s Last Stand

Pennsylvania Legacies #81: LWCF’s Last Stand

September 7, 2018By: Josh Raulerson

Without congressional reauthorization, the Land and Water Conservation Fund will expire on September 30. What would that mean for Pennsylvania? And what can we do about it?   Links Map: LWCF sites in Pennsylvania Outdoor Industry Association Audio Outdoorist (OIA...

Video: Ticket to Ride

Video: Ticket to Ride

August 20, 2018By: Josh Raulerson

You’ve heard of rails-to-trails… why not rails and trails? NEPA Trails Forum takes a ride on the historic Stourbridge Line through the northern Poconos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2Cxl2jls9M&t=2sVideo can’t be loaded: Ticket to Ride (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2Cxl2jls9M&t=2s)

Pennsylvania Legacies #79: Trash Talk

Pennsylvania Legacies #79: Trash Talk

August 10, 2018By: Josh Raulerson

Pennsylvania’s first-in-the-nation recycling law is 30 years old this summer. Act 101 helped launch a multibillion-dollar industry and trained a generation of Pennsylvanians to drop their bottles and cans in the blue bin. But changing market conditions and consumer behaviors...

Work With Us

Work With Us

August 8, 2018By: Josh Raulerson

PEC and our affiliate organization, the Pennsylvania Organization for Watersheds and Rivers (POWR) is looking for a watershed professional to promote and advocate for improved water quality across the Commonwealth in partnership with local watershed associations. See the complete job...

Trolleys to Trails

Trolleys to Trails

August 8, 2018By: Lizzie Hessek

In 1912, the Lehigh Valley Transit Company’s Liberty Bell trolley connected Norristown and Philadelphia with Allentown. By the 1950s, passengers catching the Liberty Bell in Allentown could reach Norristown in two hours after rolling (sometimes at 80 miles per hour)...

Mapping Pennsylvania’s EV Future

Mapping Pennsylvania’s EV Future

July 26, 2018By: Carlos Garcia

The United States is undergoing a momentous shift in the way we produce and distribute energy: away from abundant fossil fuel resources, such as coal and gas, toward cleaner and renewable energy sources. It’s a necessary – arguably inevitable –...