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Koons Trail Still Closed Despite Clean-up Efforts

The Koons Trail in Mifflinburg has been closed since late fall of 2016 due to the very large number of dead ash trees on the property.  Mifflinburg boro had also closed a portion of its parkland to the west of the trail for the same reason, but they have reopened that area since trees were removed. Work continues on the Koons […]

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Wetland Walk

Wetland Walk Saturday, October 21, at 10am Lewisburg Area Recreation Park On St Mary and 15th Streets Meet at the pedestrian bridge in the park Bucknell Botany professor Chris Martine will lead a walk and talk around the edges of the creek in the park, looking at the vegetation along the streambank ten years after a Fish […]

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Read this article about benefits of “linking landscapes”

Species extinction rates may slow if fragmented forests are reconnected Declining species might be saved if islands of forest can be linked, according to a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Researchers say fragmented forests put a strain on species by reducing their habitat, so by connecting the fragments and […]

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Enjoy the Fall 2017 Linn Log

The Fall 2017 Linn Log is now available. Look for upcoming events and recaps of recent events and celebrations. Please note: The tour of the Wayne Stahl property set for September 17 is scheduled for 10 AM NOT 1 PM as noted in the Linn Log

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