Category: Land Trails

Trail Connection extends circuit trails in Bucks County

December 22, 2016The Intelligencer

The Pennsylvania Environmental Council and Bucks County Transportation Management Association hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of a new segment of the Delaware and Lehigh Trail (D&L) in Bristol, Pennsylvania. The celebration took place on Green Lane...

You Know You’re on a Roll ….

You Know You’re on a Roll ….

December 16, 2016By: Patrick Starr

Today, 35 people stood for an hour in 20 degree cold to celebrate the completion of another 1200 feet (.25 miles) of the Circuit Trails!  Crazy?  Maybe, but I’d say you know you’re on a roll when municipal officials and...

New section of Susquehanna Warrior Trail Dedicated

October 22, 2016The Citizens Voice

PLYMOUTH TWP. — The region’s expanding system of hiking and biking trails provides great “places to play in and to pray in,” according to Sean Baker of the Susquehanna Warrior Trail Council. Baker served as master of ceremonies Friday at...

Pedal Power: Groups Look to Build on Millions of Dollars That Bike Trails Bring

September 21, 2016Tribune-Democrat

Members of environmental groups, nonprofits and state agencies, among others, gathered Tuesday at the Morguen Toole Company bed-and-breakfast in Meyersdale to learn how to support trail development in Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Environmental Council, the Pennsylvania Recreation & Park Society and...

“Pennsylvania Legacies” Episode 7: Gabi Hughes

“Pennsylvania Legacies” Episode 7: Gabi Hughes

September 20, 2016By: Davitt Woodwell

Gabi Hughes, an environmental educator at the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania, joins the podcast to discuss what led her to environmental education, her experience in the profession, and more. Visit PEC’s Audio Room to listen to the podcast’s first...

“Pennsylvania Legacies” Episode 6: Elena Meth

“Pennsylvania Legacies” Episode 6: Elena Meth

September 20, 2016By: Davitt Woodwell

Elena Meth, an environmental studies/sociology and anthropology double major at Denison University joins the podcast to discuss how she developed her passion for the environment, her collegiate studies, the next generation of environmental stewards, and more. Visit PEC’s Audio Room...

Talking Trails at the 2016 Eastern Pennsylvania Greenways and Trails Summit

Talking Trails at the 2016 Eastern Pennsylvania Greenways and Trails Summit

September 15, 2016By: Tony Spagnoli

PEC provides an inside look at the 2016 Eastern Pennsylvania Greenways & Trails Summit in Bethlehem, Pa. A two-day event from Sept. 14-15, the Summit featured speakers, mobile workshops, and numerous breakout sessions on various greenways and trails topics. Click here...

“Pennsylvania Legacies” Episode 5: Andy Hamilton

“Pennsylvania Legacies” Episode 5: Andy Hamilton

September 13, 2016By: Davitt Woodwell

Andy Hamilton, Mid Atlantic Coordinator for the East Coast Greenway, Vice Chair of the September 11 National Memorial Trail Board, and Chair of DCNR’s Trail Advisory Committee joins the podcast to discuss Pennsylvania trail projects. Hamilton highlights work on the...

Evening for Northeast Pennsylvania’s Environment Now Accepting Reservations

Evening for Northeast Pennsylvania’s Environment Now Accepting Reservations

September 9, 2016

The Northeast Environmental Partners (Northeastern Pennsylvania Alliance, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Pennsylvania Environmental Council’s Northeast Office, PPL Corporation, Procter & Gamble Paper Products Company, and Wilkes University) invite you to attend the...

“Pennsylvania Legacies” Episode 4: Don Hopey

“Pennsylvania Legacies” Episode 4: Don Hopey

September 6, 2016By: Davitt Woodwell

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette environmental reporter Don Hopey joins the podcast to discuss the state of environmental journalism, how he got started in the industry, and much more. Visit PEC’s Audio Room to listen to the podcast’s first three episodes featuring PEC’s John...