History of PA Conservation - Preregistration Required

Saturday, July 18, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Yellow Creek State Park, 170 Route 259, Penn Run, Pa 15765   Map This Location

Like PA History? Curious about how conservation started in PA? Enjoy this special program.

When settlers came to early Pennsylvania, the new world was filled with opportunities for hunting, trapping, and fishing with extensive wildlife. However as more people settled in PA, wildlife started disappearing due to overhunting and loss of habitat. Joe Hildenbrad, PA Game Commission Warden, will take us back in time through stories and historical demonstrations to show how hunters and early government came together to support conservation. Geared for adults, teens, and kids age 8 & up.

Preregistration is required. This program will be held in the picnic area next to park office. Please bring chairs and water.

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Yellow Creek State Park

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