A screening of Generations Yet to Come: Environmental Rights in Pennsylvania, a speakers’ panel, and an evening with like-minded outdoor enthusiasts and conservationists? Sounds like a great evening! Mark your calendar now for an inspiring and fun event! In April of 1970, twenty million Americans participated in the first Earth Day celebration. Fifty years later, that day is recognized as the planet’s largest civic event. Earth Day led to the passage of landmark environmental laws that help to protect our air, water, wildlife, and habitat. Pennsylvania recognized environmental quality as a basic civil right in 1971. Its powerful language was ignored for decades but that’s starting to change.
→ Free registration is required (https://bit.ly/MontAlto50EarthDay) and those who register by Sunday, April 19th, will be entered into a drawing for a matted, framed, signed, leaping Brook Trout watercolor print. Must be present to win.
We have applied for SAF and SFI continuing educations credits.
7:00 – Welcome & movie screening
Generations Yet to Come: Environmental Rights in Pennsylvania by WITF
7:30 – Panel Discussion with Audience Q&A
Roy Brubaker, Michaux District Forest
Craig Houghton, Penn State Mont Alto Forestry Program
Marci Mowery, Pennsylvania Parks and Forest Foundation
Katie Hess, South Mountain Partnership (moderator)
Pennsylvania Forestry Association
Society of American Foresters
Penn State Mont Alto
PA Parks and Forest Foundation
Friends of Caledonia State Park
Friends of Michaux State Forest
Friends of Mont Alto State Park
Friends of Pine Grove Furnace State Park
South Mountain Partnership