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 February 09, 2012 - Disappearing Species and the Future of Pennsylvania’s Forests Subject of Talk at Wildwood Park

​HARRISBURG, PA (February 9, 2012)—A look at local species and landscapes that merit protection will be the topic for this year’s lecture series at Wildwood Park. Underwritten by The Friends of Wildwood and supported by The Hep Foundation, this free lecture series is offered during the months of January and February.

The following topic will be covered during the last series:

• Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. –Debra Bowman, director of The Central PA Conservancy, will present the South Mountain Conservation Landscape Initiative. This lecture will highlight a local partnership that promotes land conservation while enhancing the quality of life in the region.

No registration is necessary for this free program. Please call the Olewine Nature Center at 717-221-0292 for additional information or visit www.wildwoodlake.org.

The Olewine Nature Center is in Wildwood Park, 100 Wildwood Way, Harrisburg.

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