The James Wilde Forest Preserve is a nature area with walking trails that was established in 2000. After this year, 150 acres will be protected for the enjoyment of residents. It is named after the founder, James Wilde, who died in 1999. His family members, who live near the preserve, began the project as a memorial to Wilde, who loved the place and dedicated his lifetime to the conservation of our natural resources. The preserve is within walking distance of 400 homes and easy driving distance for Center Region residents.
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James Wilde Preserve News Conference
Tuesday January 5, 10:30 a.m.
110 Oak Street in Boalsburg, Pennsylvania
Bill Elmendorf, assistant professor of community forestry, School of Forest Resources, Penn State, Dan Kincaid, district ranger, USDA Forest Service, Wayne National Forest, Athens, Ohio, John Clay, media consultant and reporter, CBS WTAJ Television, Altoona, Pennsylvania, Eston Martz, former executive editor, College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State
Prepared by Penn State with guidance from the Pennsylvania Urban and Community Forestry Council and support from the Pennsylvania DCNR Bureau of Forestry. For more information, contact the Pennsylvania Urban and Community Forestry Program, School of Forest Resources, The Pennsylvania State University, 108 Ferguson, University Park, PA 16802; 814-863-7941.
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