Tim Palmer was a student at Penn State under Prof. Peter Fletcher, who owned a cabin on Pine Creek, of which Palmer conducted his studies.
Eleven galleries, a print-study room, a 150-seat auditorium and an outdoor sculpture garden round out the facility.
A total of three cookbooks were developed by First Nations Development Institute under a project aimed at healthier cooking and improving nutrition.
An owner of huskies, Bill Helman has developed his own brand of urban mushing, incorporating specialized equipment, one-of-a-kind bikes and his own sense of fun.
The Wild and Scenic Rivers System marks its 50th anniversary this year. A book, and one man’s appreciation of nature, celebrates a national achievement few people even know about.
This new feature shines a spotlight on teachers in our communities, starting with Lisa Erdley, a first grade teacher at Kelly Elementary School in Lewisburg.
The gardens cultivated by William Woys Weaver have been compared to a living museum, reflecting his focus on preservation of heirloom vegetables.