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Started by Onslow, February 23, 2019, 14:00:50 PM

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Trying to save the state tree also helps Pennsylvania trout

>>>Pennsylvania fishermen like Russ Collins are worried about trees.

He lives in Palmyra, Lebanon County, and is the vice president of Trout Unlimited's southcentral chapter. He wonders whether a struggling tree species could ultimately endanger one of the top fishing grounds in the country, if not the world.

Collins sees first-hand how the iconic Eastern hemlock — Pennsylvania's state tree — is dying off. A stand of hemlocks in his backyard is all but gone despite efforts to combat a bug that slowly sucks the life from them.

He also points to a two-mile stretch of water in Dauphin County where hemlocks are dying off every 40 feet or so. It's gotten so bad that the fallen giants have jammed up a section of Clarks Creek.

https://www.post-gazette.com/life/outdoors/2022/05/11/invasive-woolly-adelgid-pennsylvania-trout-fishing-dunbar-creek-fayette-county/stories/202205130005
ex - I'm not going to live with you through one more fishing season!
me -There's a season?

Pastor explains icons to my son: you know like the fish symbol on the back of cars.
My son: My dad has two fish on his car and they're both trout!

Woolly Bugger

The American Chestnut Tree Foundation and Chestnut Mountain Ranch partner up to plant trees

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va (WDTV) - The American Chestnut Tree Foundation partnered with the Chestnut Mountain Ranch to plant trees.

The boys planted 24 trees on the mountain.

A short presentation was also presented to the boys about the trees and how they are trying to get them back growing in west Virginia.

President of the American Chestnut Foundation, Mark Double says the boys will learn a lot from planting the trees.

https://www.wdtv.com/2022/05/21/american-chestnut-tree-foundation-chestnut-mountain-ranch-partner-up-plant-trees/
ex - I'm not going to live with you through one more fishing season!
me -There's a season?

Pastor explains icons to my son: you know like the fish symbol on the back of cars.
My son: My dad has two fish on his car and they're both trout!

Woolly Bugger

Native Tree Expert Shares His Wisdom of the Woods

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>>>Mention Lennilea Farm Nursery to a fan of native flora in this neck of the woods, and chances are their eyes will light up as a knowing smile creases their face.

The 180-acre farm in the Village of Huffs Church in southeast Berks County is tucked behind the historical house of worship that gives the town its name.

Robert and Cindy Seip, who named the farm for the Lenni Lenape indigenous to this place, have made a living in cooperation with that land, in some way, shape or form, since they were married in 1960.

It is Robert's boyhood home. He moved there in 1938 when he was 9 years old after his mother took up residence with Floyd Kemp, who purchased the farm and was a lineman by trade. The couple had a daughter together, Robert's half-sister, Anna (Kemp) Moyer.

Born in 1929 and raised for a time by a single mother during the Depression era — his father left when Robert was 2, and his parents later divorced — Robert lived through lean times.

https://www.lancasterfarming.com/native-tree-expert-shares-his-wisdom-of-the-woods/article_36d545ec-091f-11ed-9619-63114c3ecc6d.html
ex - I'm not going to live with you through one more fishing season!
me -There's a season?

Pastor explains icons to my son: you know like the fish symbol on the back of cars.
My son: My dad has two fish on his car and they're both trout!

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