Harper’s September Legislative Report Program Highlights 125th Anniversary of State Parks, Forests
HARRISBURG – How did Pennsylvania come to have so many outstanding state parks and forests for its citizens to enjoy? Watch the September edition of Legislative Report with Rep. Kate Harper (R-Montgomery) as she highlights the 125th anniversary of the Commonwealth’s state parks and forests system.

Harper’s guest on the program is John Norbeck, deputy secretary of parks and forestry within the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR). During the program, the two discuss the economic and environmental benefits provided by the state’s 2.2 million acres of forest land and 121 state parks.

Pennsylvania’s state parks are strategically located such that there is one within 25 miles of just about every citizen of the Commonwealth. In 2009, the state received the National Gold Medal for best managed state park system.

The 30-minute program is available for viewing at Comcast Cable On Demand and online at YouTube.com/RepHarper or via KateHarper.net.

The program is also provided to Brittany Pointe Estates, Foulkeways at Gwynedd, Normandy Farms Estates and Dock Woods for airing within their communities.

Representative Kate Harper
61st District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Media Contact: Rep. Harper’s Blue Bell Office
KateHarper.net / Facebook.com/RepKateHarper

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