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  • WPEA Special Recognition Feature: Garden Club of Allegheny County

    WPEA Special Recognition Feature: Garden Club of Allegheny County

    In the weeks leading up to the Western Pennsylvania Environmental Awards, the Pennsylvania Environmental Council will feature each of this year’s five awardees, along with a local group receiving special recognition. The Connoquenessing Watershed Alliance, Crawford County Riparian Restoration Program,...

    May 25, 2016
  • WPEA Winner Feature: Edward Schroth

    WPEA Winner Feature: Edward Schroth

    In the weeks leading up to the Western Pennsylvania Environmental Awards, the Pennsylvania Environmental Council will feature each of this year’s five awardees, along with a local group receiving special recognition. The Connoquenessing Watershed Alliance, Crawford County Riparian Restoration Program,...

    May 23, 2016
  • WPEA Winner Feature: Pittsburgh Botanic Garden

    WPEA Winner Feature: Pittsburgh Botanic Garden

    In the weeks leading up to the Western Pennsylvania Environmental Awards, the Pennsylvania Environmental Council will feature each of this year’s five awardees, along with a local group receiving special recognition. The Connoquenessing Watershed Alliance, Crawford County Riparian Restoration Program,...

    May 19, 2016

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Recent PEC in the News Posts

  • Newsmaker: Ed Schroth

    Newsmaker: Ed Schroth

    Noteworthy: The Pennsylvania Environmental Council awarded Schroth a Western Pennsylvania Environmental Award for his more than 50 years of service as a biology teacher at Quaker Valley High School and Duquesne University. The council called Schroth “one of the most...

    May 23, 2016Trib Total Media
  • Partners break ground on mountain bike trail around Quemahoning Lake

    Partners break ground on mountain bike trail around Quemahoning Lake

    If May 2017 brings the region another breezy Friday of sunshine and temperatures just under 70 degrees, visitors to Quemahoning Lake should have another vantage point to take in the views: a bicycle seat. Partners in a proposed 17-mile mountain-bike...

    May 20, 2016The Tribune-Democrat
  • Schuylkill River Towns To Host Two Programs In Phoenixville

    PHOENIXVILLE, PA — The Schuylkill River Towns Program (SRTP), an initiative of the Pennsylvania Environmental Council, is hosting two community events in the Phoenixville area this month. On Saturday, May 7, SRTP will be hosting a tour of the Lock...

    May 5, 2016Patch.com

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