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The onetime railroad town of Corry, Pennsylvania celebrates the latest stage of its transformation into an Industrial Heartland Trails Coalition trail town.
Blairsville, PA has all the makings of a vibrant trail town — the only thing missing is a bridge to connect the community with nearby trail networks. Now, after more than 20 years of planning, it’s about to become a reality.
You’ve heard of rails-to-trails… why not rails AND trails? The NEPA Trails Forum takes a ride on the historic Stourbridge Line through the northern Poconos.
Celebrating the opening of the Climax Tunnel with Redbank Valley Trails Association President Sandy Mateer.
Reducing the impacts of increased tourism in the Allegheny National Forest is the aim of a public education and cleanup program led by Allegheny Outfitters.
Stormwater runoff is being captured before it can contaminate the Lake Erie watershed… and the solution is also an environmental education classroom for local students.
Forty Adirondack shelters were photographed, disassembled, cleaned, repaired, and restored for many more years of use.
Lime dosing and AMD treatment systems have helped to dramatically improve water quality in one of Western Pennsylvania’s premier waterways.
Contaminated urban soils in Pittsburgh are being identified and remediated through an innovative program at the Allegheny County Conservation District.
PEC is proud to celebrate the extraordinary career of Dr. Jared Cohon, President Emeritus of Carnegie Mellon University and our 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award winner.
With help from partners and volunteers, PEC’s Illegal Dumpsite Cleanup Program tackles a decades-old tire dump in northern Susquehanna County.
It’s a cold and windy Earth Day 2018, but these tree-planting volunteers are smiling.