Tag: River of the Year

2022 PA River of the Year – French Creek

Guided Nature Walk Held at the Cussewago Meanders property led by land donors Henry and Elaine Burkholder. This conserved property is located in a riparian forest, an Audubon-defined important bird area, and boasts 6,500 feet of slow-meandering Cussewago Creek frontage. For additional details or information on how you can participate, please visit French Creek Valley Conservancy at: www.frenchcreekconservancy.org

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Rock In River Fest/PA Stone Skipping Championship

Celebrating the scenic confluence of the French Creek (2022 River of the Year) and the Allegheny River (2017 River of the Year), this festival features the PA Stone Skipping Championship and family-inspired activities. It is held at Riverfront Park and fun for the whole family!

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Voting to Begin for Pennsylvania’s 2022 River of the Year

          Voting to Begin for Pennsylvania’s 2022 River of the Year Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn today announced the public is invited to again vote online for the 2022 Pennsylvania River of the Year, choosing from among four waterways nominated throughout the state. “The value of our waterways has shined brighter than ever during this pandemic as people have visited Pennsylvania’s river and streams in unprecedented numbers seeking the natural

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