The Spotted Lanternfly, a native of Asia, was transported to our country back in 2014. It has since become established within the keystone state and has begun to spread to other states as well. Susquehanna County has been fortunate enough to avoid this invasive species but will likely see the bug spread to the county in the near future. Join us as we discuss the life cycle of the Spotted Lanternfly as well as the potential damage it can inflict on the ag industry as well as in your backyard.
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NEPA Rail Trail
Full Moon Hike March 28th (This Saturday) at 7:30 pm For more information, you can visit neparailtrails.org or check out their facebook page
The Northern Counties Full Fan Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation will be hosting their annual hunting heritage banquet on April 10th at Hotel Anthracite in Carbondale. Doors open at 4:30 pm. For more information or tickets, you can visit events.nwtf.org. You can also email Chris Washko at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Salt Springs State Park
Spring Clean-Up day
On April 17th, at 9 am, friends of Salt Springs are holding a clean up day where they will be clearing trails, cutting up downed trees, splitting logs, stacking firewood, raking lawns and flowerbeds, cleaning the buildings, pulling invasive species, painting signs, and more.
They will be providing free food, drinks, and T-shirts to all volunteers. Please let them know if you can make it, so they have enough supplies on hand. Email them at email@example.com.
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