Introducing “Pennsylvania Legacies”

August 15, 2016By: Davitt Woodwell
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PEC President Davitt Woodwell

In our continuing efforts to increase environmental and conservation stewardship across the Commonwealth, PEC is pleased to present our first podcast series (the term “PEC-Cast” has even been suggested). Titled “Pennsylvania Legacies,” these conversations, hosted by Davitt Woodwell, are meant to bring you closer to a few of the people who work to make Pennsylvania a better place to live, work, and play. We will be releasing one episode a week that can be accessed through our website’s Audio Room or you can follow our SoundCloud channel. We are also on iTunes, where you can subscribe to the podcast.

Some of the folks in upcoming episodes include: Borough Manager of Etna Borough Mary Ellen Ramage,  Mark Alan Hughes (Director of the Kleinman’s Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania), Pittsburgh Post-Gazette environmental reporter Don Hopey, Carol Collier (Advisor for Watershed policy and management at the Academy of Natural Sciences at Drexel University),  Executive Director of the Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds John Dawes, Director of Northwoods Ranch Oliver Griswold, and many more.

We are excited about this new addition to the PEC channel — a comprehensive online resource telling PEC’s story through a wide range of multimedia — and we encourage you to take a look around all of the exciting features it has to offer.

Happy listening.

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