What began as a discussion among frontliners about a desire to have an environmental education/interpretive program near the ANF’s Marienville Ranger District office, recently turned into a reality.
The hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) is a tiny nonnative (introduced to United States from Asia) invasive insect that is attacking and killing hemlock trees across Pennsylvania and many eastern states.
Firewood from counties other than Elk, Forest, McKean and Warren is prohibited in ANF.
April 17, 2015 was Bat Appreciation Day. But they're so important to our ecosystem, that we should appreciate them 365 days a year.
The Plant a Tree Program is a great way to honor a loved one by purchasing trees for a national forest.
Ginseng populations on the Allegheny National Forest are sparse. As such, collection for both personal and commercial use is prohibited.
Recreation Facility Analysis is a process of national scope with local forest emphasis.
Information about current fire dangers on the ANF.
Several sections of the Spring Creek Horse Trail are temporarily closed.
In 2003, a man called Robert traveled to Austin, Pennsylvania to search for his lost family and perchance, the departed John’s orchard…and it was found.
Bats inspire a long-standing fascination, and with good reason because they are vital to healthy ecosystems and human economies worldwide.
The man said “The first rule of intelligent tinkering is to keep all the parts. “ The man was Aldo Leopold who lived in the mid-twentieth century.
You likely know that bats are nocturnal, but there are a lot of other very cool things about bats . . .