Walkin’ Jim Stoltz in Cooks Forest during a visit to Moshannon County · Photo by Gary Thornbloom
Envinity Green Homes presentation at Schlow Library, Spring 2008 · Photo by Laura Piraino
Walkin’ Jim Stoltz brings his wilderness experiences to local schoolchildren courtesy of the Moshannon Group · Photo by Gary Thornbloom
Wild Pennsylvania presentation by Micheal Gadomsky · Photo by Gary Thormbloom
Moshannon Group Events and Presentations
All events are open to the public as well as Moshannon Group members. For more information on any of these programs, or to contribute ideas for programs that would be of interest to our members, contact Moshannon Group Chair Ernest Boyd by email or at 814-861-2649 or Program Chair Doug Mason by email or at 814-380-4344.
For information on the annual Banff Mountain Film Festival, contact Moshannon Group Film Festival Coordinator Ron Johnson by email or at 814-359-6841.
If you know of an event that would be of interest to our site visitors or members, please send it to our Webmaster for consideration to be listed on our home page.
*** Free Movie Night! ***
Thurs, Jul 17 • 7 p.m.
at the Old Gregg School,
106 School Street, Spring Mills
Follow National Geographic photographer James Balog across the Arctic as he deploys time-lapse cameras designed for one purpose: to capture a multi-year record of the world’s changing glaciers. Snacks will be provided. Feel free to bring a dessert to share. For more information, contact Ann Glaser at email@example.com or 814-364-2339.
Saturday, July 31 • 6:30 p.m.
Wind Power: Is It Appropriate Everywhere?
Presentation by Laura Jackson
at Schlow Library, 211 South Allen Street, State College
Wind power improves the health of our environment and ourselves. It brings down the cost of energy and creates more jobs than power plants. However, Laura Jackson will present her analysis of proposed projects in Mifflin County that involve extensive ridge top removal and threaten endangered species. The potential of wind power blows us away — But is it appropriate everywhere?
Followup outings to this proposed site are in the planning stages for mid August (advanced, rocky trail) and late September (easier, to coincide with raptor migration).
Join us for this discussion, refreshments and time for some Sierra socializing.
About Moshannon Group Presentations
Our regular presentations feature speakers on important local conservation issues and outdoor adventures. Our presentations are usually held during the autumn, winter, and spring months.
Our preferred location is the community room at Schlow Centre Region Library, 211 South Allen Street in downtown State College. We occasionally hold events in other locations, such as the community meeting room at State College Borough Municipal Building, next door to the Schlow Library.