Fall 2017 Newsletter, Vol 3, Issue 4

Sep 22, 2017 | Newsletters

Conservation Matters

Fall Into Autumn…

“Autumn… the year’s last, loveliest smile.” –William Cullen Bryant

I’ve lived in Pennsylvania for 28 years, yet I never tire of the blazing fall colors. We are truly fortunate to witness our nearby landscapes put on such an amazing display.

As the trees change, so does the activity in our office. Projects start to die down, and mosquito season is over. Now we turn our focus toward next year’s activities.

I hope you had the opportunity to travel this beautiful state during the fall months, and enjoyed the fall foliage. I also wish you a happy and safe upcoming holiday season as you prepare for the new year.

Judy Becker

Inside this issue

02 – A Bittersweet Farewell
03 – REAP
03 – New Ag Planning Reimbursement
04 – Mosquito Program Update
05 – New Service Foresters
07 – The CSVT Bridges
08 – AgrAbility
09 – Dig A Little, Learn a Lot
10 – Rain Gardens
12 – PAG-02 Extension
13 – Grazing Conference
14 – Coal Mining History

03 – Hoffman Brothers Lumber Inc
05 – KW Enterprises LLC

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