Don and Courtney talk about their favorite apps geared toward the outdoors. What's your favorite outdoor app? Comment on our Instagram page instagram.com/susquehanna_cty_conservation
This week, Ben Rebuck of the Pennsylvania Game Commission is in the studio. We're gearing up for the fall hunting season and discussing pressing topics like Sunday hunting and the opening day of rifle deer season. Find out about 2019-2020 regulation changes and more!
Check out the latest rules and regulations from the Pa. Game Commission.
Don and Courtney talk about a few of the outdoor adventures that each has enjoyed over the spring and summer months.
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Own a boat and want to know exactly what you can do to reduce the chances of spreading invasives? Read through the Pennsylvania Watercraft Inspection Handbook here.
Increase your knowledge of PA's aquatic invasives. Check out Pennsylvania's Handbook to Aquatic Invasive Species.
If you haven't biked, hiked, walked, or ran on the D&H Rail Trail yet, you're missing out! Get a taste of what you're missing on the latest episode of the Conservation Corner.
Want more info on NEPA Rail Trails? Click here.
Do you still have questions about Ginseng? Browse DCNR's resources on Ginseng here.
Today we're continuing our theme of appreciation for our freshwater resources. Hear about 2 recent PA fish records that were broken, what's being caught out of the Susquehanna, some lesser known rules and regulations for watercraft, and fishing through the seasons.
Find out more about the information Dave mentioned today.
The Pennsylvania Lake Management Society (PALMS) is a non-profit organization created to promote understanding and comprehensive management of lakes and reservoirs and their watersheds. Find out what resources are available for your local lake.
Read more about local lake ecosystems and how you can help conserve them here.
Have you been noticing trees in the area that haven't got their leaves yet? Trees that seem to be loosing bark? Find out what might be happening to those trees in our latest episode (hint: it has to do with an invasive species).
Got more questions? Get your answers here.