PA Highlands Trail Stewards in the News

A recent article in the Bucks County Herald covers the Pennsylvania Highlands Trail Network project and the PA Highlands Trail Stewards.

The article discusses the PHTN project, the purpose of the PA Highlands Trail Stewards and the projects they work on, as well as the need for volunteers.  The PA Highlands Trail Stewards typically work on the weekends, and maintain a section of the Appalachian Trail in eastern PA in addition to PHTN projects.

You can read the news article here:

Volunteers Needed for PA Highlands Trail Projects

 

 

 


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