Month: March 2019

Allegheny National Forest Proposing Forest Health Improvement Project

Allegheny National Forest Proposing Forest Health Improvement Project

Allegheny National Forest Proposing Forest Health Improvement Project


Bradford, Pa. (March 20, 2019) – The Allegheny National Forest’s Bradford Ranger District is initiating an environmental analysis of the 7,578 acre Cherry Run Project, located in Sheffield Township, Warren County, Pennsylvania.


Bradford District Ranger Rich Hatfield said, “In response to conditions within the Cherry Run project area, the Forest Service is proposing a series of actions to bring the project area into better balance with goals and objectives identified in the ANF Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan).”


Within the project area, proposed actions include: improvements to forest health through tree harvesting and reforestation, treatment of non-native invasive plants, stream restoration, and fishery and wildlife habitat improvements. Transportation actions include constructing a new access road, improvements to existing roads and the removal of roadside hazard trees. 


Details of the proposal are posted at:


The Bradford Ranger District is accepting comments for this project until April 23, 2019. Comments may be submitted via:

·         Mail: District Ranger, USDA Forest Service, Allegheny National Forest, Bradford Ranger District, 29 Forest Service Dr., Bradford, PA 16701

·         Email: Please enter the project name (Cherry Run Project) on the subject line and include your name and physical mailing address with your comments.

·         Hand-delivered and verbal comments: Will be accepted weekdays between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm at the Bradford Ranger District or by calling (814) 363-6000.

·         Fax: (814) 362-2761

“Your comments are important, and may be used to modify or develop alternatives to the proposed action,” Hatfield said.


For more information about this project, please contact Eddie Baker at (814) 363-6012 or

Information provided by USFS Allegheny National Forest News Release

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Working Group Meeting Scheduled

Working Group Meeting Scheduled

The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners has scheduled a public, working group meeting for Monday, March 25 at the Game Commission’s headquarters in Harrisburg.

The meeting is slated to begin at 8:30 a.m.

Working group meetings allow for an exchange between the Board of Game Commissioners and Game Commission staff ahead of regular quarterly meetings. While working group meetings are open to the public, public comments are not accepted.

The working group meeting is scheduled to be streamed live on the Game Commission’s YouTube channel.

The Game Commission’s headquarters is at 2001 Elmerton Ave., just off the Progress Avenue exit of Interstate 81.

The Board of Game Commissioners’ next quarterly meeting is scheduled to be held on Monday, April 8 and Tuesday, April 9 in Harrisburg. The board will hear public comments, limited to five minutes per speaker, at April 8 meeting.

Pennsylvania Game Commission News Release

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