Camp Hill, PA –To engage Pennsylvanian’s in the 50th anniversary of Earth day, the Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation (PPFF), the only non-profit whose mission is Pennsylvania’s state parks and forests, released a new website centered on Earth Day 50:

The site hosts a calendar tracking events and activities happening across Pennsylvania in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day. Environmental readings, actions people can take in their home or office, information on climate change, and more can be found on the site.

A collaborative effort is underway to not just celebrate this monumental year, but to engage the public and conserve our natural resources.  The website is a resource for all to get involved with Earth Day not just in April but all year long.

“We all have a role in the protection of the environment,” said Marci Mowery, President of the Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation. “Our daily actions have both small and big impacts. By being informed we can make choices that serve to conserve the natural assets that support all life for today and future generations.”


About the Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation

Founded in 1999, the Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation supports 121 state parks and 2.2 million acres of forest by coordinating volunteers, activities and donations through its more than 40 chapters. The mission of the foundation is to inspire stewardship of Pennsylvania’s state parks and forests through public engagement in volunteerism, recreation and conservation.  @PaPFF

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