Art. Beer. Stewardship. That’s the idea between New Trail Brewing Company‘s Pennsylvania state park series. With cans designed to salute the parks each limited edition release supports and proceeds from the sale of each going directly to the park it represents, it’s a delicious partnership all the way around.
And if you have a copy of the Pennsylvania State Parks & State Forests Passport, there’s a passport-sized sticker you can get to commemorate your consumption. Send a self-addressed stamped envelope to the PPFF office noting the sticker you need:
PPFF/New Trail Sticker
704 Lisburn Road
Camp Hill, PA 17011
No release lasts long so get them while they’re cold! (But remember, the work each supports goes on after the beer is gone.)
Hickory Run State Park. (Expected February 2022)
The iconic boulder field at Hickory Run State Park is a National Natural Landmark, a relic from 20,000 years ago and the Wisconsin Glacial Period. Yet some feel compelled to use the boulder field as an outlet for the vandalism known as graffiti. Proceeds from the sale of this special brew will help fund efforts to keep the boulders graffiti free. Find out more with a click.
Cook Forest State Park
Eradication of the hemlock woolly adelgid is the focus here. The big trees are a symbol of the park; the "bug" wants nothing more to destroy them. Support the effort to eradicate the HWA with your online contribution to the fund that helps to purchase the supplies needed in the fight. Find out more with a click to the pic.
Cherry Springs State Park
Dark skies. Dark, smooth beer. The Cherry Springs Dark Sky Association works to preserve the skies and your donation can help make their projects possible. Click to donate.
Worlds End State Park
A small park in a large forest, Worlds End consistently appears on lists of "my favorite park." Make it yours and support with your click the efforts of the Friends of Worlds End. The park is definitely at the top of their favorites lists!
Keystone State Park
The first beer in the series, Keystone IS, after all, the symbol of Pennsylvania! Help meet the needs of the park with a contribution to their fund with a click to the picture.
The Foundation's Work
Find Some Friends
Does your favorite park or forest have a group of volunteers working to make it the best it can be? Find out and get involved.
Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation (PPFF) began in 1999 as a statewide nonprofit organization to provide a voice for the Commonwealth’s 121 state parks and 2.2 million acres of forest land. With PPFF, citizens can donate or bequeath money to state parks and forests, become active and involved volunteers in the park and forest system, and find some fun and educational opportunities. We’re the official nonprofit partner of your state parks and forests. Be a part of the movement!
Team-building does not need to take place in a classroom or on a ropes course. Sometimes all it takes is a day of tree planting, invasive species removal, painting an education center, or removing litter from a beautiful Pennsylvania waterway. Your team will feel empowered!