This week’s blog was written by Emma O., a Drummers alumni. She shares how the round goby is affecting native ecosystems in Pennsylvania.
This weeks blog post was written by Jacob D., a Brookies Alumni! He describes Brookies, also known as the Native Brook Trout.
This weeks blog post was written by Eileen C., a Bucktails and Gobblers Alumni! She writes about her introduction to snorkeling, and all of the life teaming beneath the water’s surface.
This guest post is written by Peter L., an Ursids, Drummers, and Gobblers alumni, who is writing a special 4-part series, detailing his journey towards applying for the William T. Hornaday Silver Medal Award, through the Boy Scouts. As part of earning this award, scouts must “plan, lead, and carry out four significant projects in natural resource conservation or environmental improvements,” and Peter has written a blog post for each of his projects.
This week’s blog post is written by Nathan, a Brookies alumni. He details some of the work he did with local organizations to help improve trout habitat in his local waterways! Recently, I worked with the PA Fish and Game Commission, the Allegheny County Conservation District, and the Penn’s Woods West chapter of Trout Unlimited …