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    Rebel Rebel Float Trip

    What’s the connection between kayaking, the 1794 Whiskey Rebellion, and David Bowie?

    The Mon River Towns initiative and Venture Outdoors co-hosted the Rebel Rebel Float Trip on August 6th, 2017. The outing received funding through the Pennsylvania River Sojourn Program administered by the Pennsylvania Organization for Watersheds and Rivers (POWR), an affiliate of PEC.

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    2017 International Trails Symposium

    PEC visits the 2017 International Trails Symposium in Dayton, Ohio.

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    Seventh Annual PEC Environment Ride

    PEC held the Annual Environment Ride in June 2017. Follow PEC staff, donors and riders throughout Pennsylvania and learn about PEC’s former and upcoming trail development initiatives.

     

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    Sixth Annual PEC Environment Ride

    The sixth annual PEC Environment took place from June 3-5, 2016. Participants spent the weekend biking through the scenic trails of Southeast Pennsylvania, showcasing the beauty of Doylestown, Bethlehem, and Northern Bucks County.

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    PEC’s Trails and Greenways Program

    Frank Maguire, PEC Program Director for Trails & Recreation, discusses PEC’s work to develop trail networks across the state and connections between many states in the northeastern U.S.

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    Frank Maguire Introduces the Industrial Heartland Trails Coalition

    Frank Maguire, PEC Program Director for Trails & Recreation, discusses the formation of the Industrial Heartland Trails Coalition, a 1600-mile regional network of trails spanning five states.

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    Patrick Starr Highlights PEC’s Trail Initiatives

    PEC Executive Vice President Patrick Starr outlines PEC’s work in trail development, and the efforts being made to develop large trail networks connecting Pennsylvania trails with neighboring states.

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