Ned Smith: Gone for the Day WITF in partnership with the Pennsylvania Conservation Heritage Project continues to produce documentaries as part of an on-going effort to tell the story of the state’s rich conservation heritage and the people who helped protect our resources. One of the many conservation heroes who helped shape Pennsylvania’s environmental heritage was self-trained […]
Join us for this celebration of woodland and meadow plants as we celebrate spring and the beauty of nature! Get your garden going with native wildflowers, ferns, grasses, trees and shrubs, all chosen for their beauty, hardiness and wildlife value. Native plant experts and master gardeners will be on hand to answer your questions! All […]
Monarch butterfly populations are declining and they need our help! Take a journey into a monarch butterfly’s world with butterfly expert Alan Corson and learn about the monarch’s life cycle, their enemies and the decline of their populations. Get tips on how you can improve the habitat in your own backyard to attract monarch butterflies; […]
Project SNOWstorm* is a collaborative research effort by Project Owlnet, the Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art and many independent researchers, agency and organizational partners. We are working together to learn more about the historic snowy owl irruption of 2013-14. *SNOW is the four-letter code that bird banders and birders use for the Snowy […]
The Center is considering a new “adopt-a-monarch” program… are you interested in being a part of it? Visit the Adopt-A-Monarch page to learn more!