New Maps Detail Years of Trail-Building at Greylock Glen

The Berkshire Eagle

Squiggly lines seem to go everywhere on new topographic maps posted this week at Greylock Glen kiosks.

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DCNR Head Salutes Trail Workers in Somerset County

The Tribune-Democrat

The head of the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources saluted a dozen Pennsylvania Outdoor Corps workers for their work ethics on Wednesday as they worked to improve a popular long-distance hiking trail in Somerset County.

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Bursting Buds Spark Interest in Citizen Science

The Cordova Times
While walking through Cordova, have you ever noticed the tiny blue flowers blooming in early May? Or while boating on the Copper River Delta have you noticed the yellow and purple flower buds bursting across the landscape?
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Increasing Diversity in PA’s Parks Starts with Conversation

Set aside for the enjoyment of the people, parks are arguably the most public of public spaces. But cultural barriers prevent some populations from fully utilizing their neighborhood parks.

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How to Become a Park Ranger


We get it: who wouldn’t want a government job with security, benefits, room to grow, and the possibility of calling the Grand Canyon your office?

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Volunteers Plant 77 Trees on Indiana University Northwest Campus for Arbor Day

Chicago Tribune

Folks from every corner of Indiana University Northwest, and the region, gathered at the Community Garden on April 25 for a lesson in tree ...Read more

Volunteers Cleanup Stretch of Bronx River for Earth Month

Bronx 12 New York


Even a few days after Earth Day, a group of volunteers did their part to clean a stretch of the Bronx River Thursday.

A walk along the Bronx River in Olinville will typically bring the sight of cigarette butts, plastic bags and other trash.

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Don't Sink the Planet By Washing Dishes in the Sink

CBS 4 Miami
April is Earth Month and next Monday is Earth Day.
We all try to do right by the environment by recycling but it’s little things we’re doing, or not doing, daily that could have a negative impact.
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Equitable Opportunity in the Great Outdoors
As scientists, politicians and media outlets advocate for conservation initiatives, a new generation of novice environmentalists is taking center stage.
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SCA Names Rafael Rosa Senior Vice President of Programs

Student Conservation Association
(ARLINGTON, VA) March 28 – The Student Conservation Association (SCA), the national leader in youth service and stewardship, has promoted Rafael Rosa to the position of senior vice president of programs. 
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