Planning Ahead: Important New Research Shows Impact of Asian Longhorned Beetle on Pittsburgh's Parks

December 9, 2016 by Pittsburgh Parks

Pittsburgh's parks provide countless benefits. They're places to exercise (for humans and their furry friends), places to gather, and places that...

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Treemendous Autumn Leaves

October 14, 2016 by Lauryn Stalter

If you're like all of us here at the Parks Conservancy, you cannot get enough of autumn leaves. Right now we're all wrapped up in the sights,...

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Explore The Panther Hollow Watershed On This Self-Guided Tour

September 15, 2016 by A Parks Pal

The Schenley Parkthat you know today has changed tremendously throughout history. 

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A Race with the Red Queen

February 26, 2016 by Lauryn Stalter

No disrespect to the ancients, but the best time to plant a tree was not 20 years ago. It might be this year.

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We've Only Just Begun: Get Ready For A Big Parks Year

January 8, 2016 by Parks Conservancy Staff

Last year was big for Pittsburgh's parks.

All year long Parks staff tended park gardens, monitored for threats like Asian longhorned beetle,...

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Parks Educator Takes Pride in Planning Hikes

December 23, 2015 by Parks Conservancy Staff

This post was originally written and posted by our friends at Venture Outdoors. Check out their blog here!

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Textures, Colors, Patterns: Identifying Trees by Their Bark

December 3, 2015 by Scott Roller

With most trees stripped bare of leaves, winter is a great time to get a good look at the wonderful variations of pattern, color and texture that...

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If a Tree Falls: Human Impacts on Forest and Park Trees

June 19, 2015 by Parks Conservancy Staff

Forests are natural, wild places. Trees burn, blow down, mature, and regenerate on their own.

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Fun with Stats: What You Accomplished This Year

December 11, 2014 by Lauryn Stalter

It's tough telling the world all that you mighty parks volunteers accomplish.

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The Giving Tree: Commemorative Plantings

December 4, 2014 by Kathleen Gaines

The greatest joy of the work I do is planting trees.

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