7 PM at the Carlisle Theatre, Carlisle, PA.
In conjunction with the Pennsylvania Conservation Heritage Project and WITF.
Pennsylvania has been called the “Cradle of Conservation” for the role the state and many of its leading citizens played in creating a popular conservation movement in America. Join us to view short documentaries on two of Pennsylvania ‘s foremost conservation leaders – Maurice Goddard and Ralph Abele. Learn more about our state’s conservation and environmental heritage and share ideas on how to share these stories and to inspire future leaders.
Panelists: Cindy Adams Dunn, acting secretary of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources; Pete Duncan, former secretary of the Department of Environmental Resources and colleague of Abele; Marci Mowery, president of the Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation; and Paul Zeph, director of conservation for Audubon Pennsylvania.
Moderator: Caren Glotfelty, executive director of the Allegheny County Parks Foundation