September 3 • 7 p.m. State Theatre downtown State College
People’s Climate March, New York City Bus departure at 6:30 a.m. • Returns 11 p.m.
Learn More! Be Seen! Be Heard!
Attend Groundswell Rising: Protecting Our Children’s Air and Water at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 3 at the State Theatre in State College to learn more. This film is a transcendent tale of epic proportions where ordinary people are making a choice to stand up and protect their communities and children’s future. This screening at the State Theatre will be followed by a discussion with Mark Lichty, Executive Producer. Tickets are $5 and available through the State Theatre Box Office.
Reserve your seat on the bus from State College to the People's Climate March in New York City. Leave the driving to us for less than $26 round-trip on our Moshannon Group sponsored bus from State College. Bus departs on Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 6:30 a.m. and is scheduled to return at 11:00 p.m. Student rates available. Reserve your seats today!Questions? Contact Melody Fleck at 814-954-7788.
The Intersection Between Hydraulic Fracturing and Climate Change (6 min)
All outings are open to the public as well as Moshannon Group members.
Sat, Jul 5 • 9:30 a.m.
Rhododendron Rapture in Rothrock
Witness the bursting blooms of rhodies under the cooling canopy of still-yet graceful hemlocks on a moderate, approximate 5-mile loop hike in Detweiler Run Natural Area, involving the Mid State Trail and the recent Reichley Trail. Meet at Bear Meadows Rd and Detweiler Run Rd juncture. Pack water/lunch. For more info or in case of bad weather, contact Terri Davis at email@example.com or 814-355-3345. More information about this section of trail available at: Hiking in Detweiler Run Natural Area and Detweiler Run Full of 'Natural' Charms.
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The Moshannon Group Outings Chair seeks additional outings leaders to expand and diversify outing locations.
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Issues to protect
*** Go to Bat for PA Bats ***
Endangered Bats Need Official Listing by
PA Game Commission
Three species of bats — northern long-eared, tri-colored, and little brown bats — have experienced a 95% decline in population due to white-nose syndrome (WNS) in the last 4 years warranting an Endangered status listing and protection. Read the Moshannon Group’s letter to the Pennsylvania Game Commission and feature articles to learn more about this issue.
Swallowtail butterfly on Echinacea
Photo by Helena Kotala
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Bull elk in Moshannon country
Photo by Helena Kotala
Thinking about installing a solar electric system for your home? Want to know how to keep your lawn healthy without all of the chemicals? Are you curious about how to reduce your home’s carbon footprint? For most people, the journey towards a more sustainable lifestyle begins at home.
That’s why, as part of our mission to help people explore, enjoy, and protect the planet, we’re pleased to announce the launch of our partner website, Sierra Club Green Home, which was created to help individuals, like you, take simple steps to green their homes.
By helping people make their homes more energy efficient, ecologically sustainably, and healthy, Sierra Club Green Home advances our efforts
to improve the environment.
Sierra Club Green Home is an information-rich resource that provides a wealth of information regarding environmentally friendly products and practices relating to every aspect of home life.
We acknowledge that part of being ecologically responsible involves what happens within our own households. We participate in responsible use of resources when we are careful to recycle our wastes, but recycling takes on a broader meaning if we utilize the resources available locally in Freecycle.
Tired of that well-intentioned project item taking up space but feeling guilty about tossing it? Have outgrown clothes or toys that are usable but not yard sale-worthy? If you would like to pass items on to your neighbors for free, consider giving
them away through Freecycle™.
Acquiring used items locally rather than buying
new can help reduce your carbon footprint. To
find the local group for where you live visit: