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Qualified Candidates Now Have Until April 10 to Apply HARRISBURG, Pa., March 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Qualified candidates interested in serving as the at-large boating commissioner on the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission board now have until Friday, April 10, to submit their resume and cover letter after the Governor's Advisory Council for Hunting, Fishing and Conservation extended its deadline. "We are searching for a person experienced in boating and water safety education who...
HARRISBURG, Pa., March 2 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Sayers Reservoir still may be locked in winter's icy grip, but work crews are confident their just-completed habitat improvement project at Bald Eagle State Park soon will prove a warm-weather boon to fish, not to mention the anglers who seek them at the popular Centre County waterway. "Taking advantage of shoreline exposed for just a few months during the winter draw-down, workers installed almost 100 habitat structures on the lake...
HARRISBURG, Pa., Jan.
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To: STATE EDITORS Contact: Terry Brady of the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, +1-717-772-9101 HARRISBURG, Pa.,Oct. 3/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --Public comment on the proposed removal of the Bendigo Dam at Bendigo State Park will be sought at an open house, Oct.
By Bob Frye Tucked into the extreme southwestern corner of Pennsylvania, bounded on two sides by West Virginia, Greene County is a beautiful, but in many ways struggling place. Pastoral, full of wildlife and marked by a sea of green rolling hills, it is also among the poorest counties in the state.
By Bob Frye, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Aug. 3--You needn't be a bushwhacking pioneer to drive from Pittsburgh to Washington. A well-established network of roads and highways will get you there.
By Ad Crable As trucks thundered across the Route 30 bridge above them, three men in chest waders quietly slipped into the Susquehanna and began jabbing the shoreline water with stunning bolts of electric current.
By Tom Venesky, The Times Leader, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Jul. 27--KINGSTON TOWNSHIP -- On the surface, the crib-like structures don't look like much -- nothing more than a series of two-by-two hemlock boards nailed together to form a pyramid shape.
By Ad Crable Only a few years ago, it all seemed so promising. American shad, once a prized spring staple of locals' diet and an economic linchpin up and down the Susquehanna, at last seemed headed for a comeback amid a multi-state and federal restoration plan.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.