PATACF hosts a Walk in Penn’s Wood
Walk in Penn’s Woods is a project of the Center for Private Forests at Penn State University. It was envisioned as a day for people across Pennsylvania to visit and learn about the forests that enhance our well-being. Forests are always working for us, providing recreation, wildlife habitat, beauty, improved water quality, clean air, wood products, carbon storage, and more.
To learn more about Walk in Penn’s Wood and other hikes around the state follow this link.
Join TACF member, Mike Alcott on Sunday, October 6th for a guided tour in the Allegheny National Forest. Mike is very familiar with this trail which features native American chestnuts.
Sponsored by the PA/NJ Chapter of The American Chestnut Foundation. Indicating your intent to join this walk by sending a note to firstname.lastname@example.org will be appreciated. Since walk will end around lunchtime, feel free to bring a picnic lunch; campsites have picnic tables and most are usually not occupied at this time of year. People-friendly leashed pets are allowed; the owner must clean up after their pets. This is not a wheelchair and stroller friendly walk.