Recognizing the worth of natural, heritage and recreational resources...
planning now, enjoying forever.
Winter has a beauty all its own...explore and enjoy!
But if you are also longing for reminders of all seasons in our natural world and recreation adventures...
February 7–8, 2020
1223 Liberty Street, Franklin, PA
Next to Franklin on Ice
Friday: 5-7:00 pm
10 am-6 pm
Be a part of continuing to build a community of artists and citizens passionate about our natural and outdoor recreation assets. $100 or $50 sponsorships will show your support for our region. In 2019, 693 visitors from 7 states came to the show!
This free public event is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. The PCA grant to Penn Soil RC&D is awarded via Erie Arts & Culture.
Questions or further information requests may be directed to:
Penn Soil RC&D Council at (814) 726-1441, Marilyn Black at (814) 677-3152, Ext. 105
Our trails and waterways, parks and open space provide adventure and inspiration.
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What will you find?
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are making sure the region does have what they need!
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Recreation & Economic Development
Are you a business with goods or services outdoor recreation visitors need? Are you in a Trail Town?
Full report - 2013 EPT Trail User Survey & Economic Impact Analysis
The Council on Greenways & Trails (CGT) works with those in the region that are realizing the value of our natural and outdoor recreational resources and partnering to protect and/or develop those resources for the benefit of our citizens and visitors and increase the economic impact that they bring.
* Protection of Natural Resources
* Support of Economic Prosperity
* Stewardship of Pennsylvania's
Rural and Farmland Legacy
* Conservation of Scenic, Historic
and Cultural Resources
* Public Recreation, Health, and
* Creation of Educational
* Promotion of Sustainable
Sound Land Use
Through the partnerships and the projects already completed, the members of the Council on Greenways & Trails are working together as never before. Connections are being made through the realization that partnerships can impact entire regions and seemingly intangible quality of life issues can have real economic impact
Join a trail group or a local land trust. What skills and talents can you add to the projects?
Are you a business that provides goods and services to trail users?
Nominate someone or a group for the Greenways Awards.