Trout Grow on Trees & International Dark Skies Week Educational Programs

Please join us on Sunday April 15, 2018, at 1 Pm for the continuation of our 3rd Sunday educational program series. This month we are offering two programs on the same day. First, the Potter County Conservation District will present a lecture entitled “Trout Grow On Trees.” The opening day of trout season in PA is April 14th, and this program will show how the health of PA’s forests is directly related to the quality of our trout streams. Later in the day (around 3 Pm), PA DCNR will present a lecture on what makes Cherry Springs State Park so special; the International Dark Skies Association recognizes Cherry Springs as one of the best places in the world to view the night sky in the absence of light pollution. This program will discuss what you need to know before you visit, and what landowners and municipalities can do to help keep Potter County’s skies “truly dark.” Please contact the museum for more information on either presentation.