Numerous entities were represented at Vosburg Neck State Park on June 6 as the Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) paired a celebration of the organization’s 25th anniversary with the unveiling of the 2023 PA River of the Year poster. Representatives from DCNR and the state park system and local elected
Tunkhannock Creek as it meets the Susquehanna River at Tunkhannock (top), where its south branch flows through Little Rocky Glen (above) and at Lazy Brook Park (below), where NEPA Bluegrass fans enjoy a relaxing float. The popular waterway has been nominated as the 2021 “River of the Year.” For the
It’s Susquehanna County’s turn to celebrate the ‘2016 River of the Year’ designation with the two-day North Branch River Festival slated for this weekend. Activities will include a leisurely float and paddle for families on Saturday morning, live music and camping Saturday evening, and a downriver race on Sunday morning.
Endless Mountains Heritage Region Executive Director Annette Schultz (above) will present Tunkhannock Mayor Norm Ball and other public officials with ‘2016 River of the Year’ poster and proclamation of June as Pennsylvania Rivers Month. The media event will take place at Tunkhannock’s River Side Park on Tuesday, June 14. The
Bradford County Commissioner Ed Bustin (top) and DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn (above) take to the Susquehanna River on May 13 to escort approximately 50 students representing seven high schools from Sayre Riverfront Park to Larnard Hornbrook Park in Sheshequin Township. Dunn was in Bradford County with other elected officials
DCNR Secretary Cindy Dunn (above) and other officials will help the Endless Mountains Heritage Region kick off the 2016 River of the Year celebration at 12:30 pm on Friday, May 13 at Sayre Riverfront Park in Sayre, Bradford County. She will greet youths from area schools participating in a three-day