Volunteer in northwestern Pennsylvania on National Public Lands Day Sept. 28
Many state parks and other sites in northwestern Pennsylvania are looking for volunteers to help with improvements during National Public Lands Day Sept. 28.
Contact a work site today to make arrangements to volunteer Saturday. For more information, visit www.publiclandsday.org.
Trail maintenance and garden cleanup at Chapman State Park, Warren County.
Invasive species removal, trail maintenance, litter pickup, painting, wood stacking and more at Cook Forest State Park.
Trail rehabilitation and improvement at Jennings Environmental Education Center, Butler County.
Shoreline cleanup at Maurice K. Goddard State Park, Mercer County.
Ski trail maintenance at Oil Creek State Park, Venango County.
The National Environmental Education Foundation estimates that volunteers’ work and community contributions of food, tools and equipment will result in improvements valued at more than $8 million.