Month: August 2021

Doctor’s orders: ‘Nature prescriptions’ see rise amid pandemic

August 31, 2021

Growing numbers of doctors are prescribing calibrated doses of time outside to treat ailments including obesity and anxiety

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The Making of the Walled Garden Memorial

August 27, 2021

Back in 1999, a young woman named Ann Katherine Seamans lost her life in an accident. Throughout her lifetime, one of Annie’s favorite pastimes was visiting the parks, especially at…

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Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy collaborates with TripleAAAnimals for 25th anniversary “All-Stars” wildlife shirts

August 24, 2021

AUGUST 23, 2021 –Whether it’s a Black Rat Snake in Frick Park or a baby alligator crossing the road in West Mifflin, Allegheny County has a variety of animals many people don’t think about…

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External Social Media Policy

August 3, 2021

PITTSBURGH PARKS CONSERVANCY EXTERNAL SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY UPDATED AUGUST 3, 2021

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