Month: May 2022
Nature and Gaming
Bringing E-Parks to Schenley Plaza “Come out. Have fun. Make friends. Play a game. Enjoy music!” That’s Saul’s pitch for the upcoming E-Parks experience on June 17. Saul Wells is the…Read More
Who Controls Invasive Species in Pittsburgh Parks? Goats!
The grazing animals’ appetite for weeds is helping restore native bird habitat. At Frick Park in Pittsburgh, PA, goats do the landscaping. (Photo courtesy Allegheny GoatScape) A donkey leading a herd…Read More
Guided By Birds: Avian data to guide Clayton Hill restoration
This post was written by Robin Eng, Ecological Project Manager for the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy. Forest restoration is a moving target. To measure the impacts and progress of restoration efforts…Read More
Farewell, Phil! Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy Director of Horticulture and Forestry to Retire After Two Decades with the Nonprofit This month, we will say farewell to Phil Gruszka, Director of Horticulture and Forestry…Read More