History of PA Conservation


Saturday, August 07, 2021
1:30 PM

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

History of PA Conservation — Joe Hildebrand

When settlers first came to early Pennsylvania, the new world was filled with opportunities: 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 Hildebrand, 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. Meet in the first parking lot past Park Office on right side.

Pre-registration will be required & taken for this program in July/Aug 2021 by emailing Lisa Meadows at limeadows@pa.gov with name, phone, email & number of participants or register through DCNR Events Page. This program is best suited for adults, teens, and school age children. Please pre-register by 8/6/2021**

** All Yellow Creek State Park programs will comply with
COVID regulations and space will be limited at all
programs due to these regulations.

 

For more information about this event, please contact:
Lisa Meadows
Event Contact Email Address


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