Susquehanna State Park now features a collection of ancient, carved rock fragments called Bald Friar Petroglyphs. These stones are thought to have been created by American Indians and were once part of a historic island-sized boulder that parted the waters of the Susquehanna River.
Stories of the Susquehanna Valley, a multidisciplinary, multimedia research project that Bucknell University launched in 2010, recently saw the broadcast premiere of a student-produced documentary, the first in a planned three-part video series.
Garrett Island may be changing which federal agency governs over its well-being. This shift could potentially open the location up to greater public access. Garrett Island was once a hotspot for local boaters and may very well be once again.
The captivating John Smith Chesapeake Trail is celebrating its 10 years of adventure. This all-water trail commemorates John Smith’s exploration of the region in 1607-1609 and serves as a must-see historical destination!
The Chesapeake Conservancy is overjoyed to release a personal interview with Sid Jamieson who is a retired lacrosse coach from Bucknell University. Sid Jamieson is Haudenosaunee, the six-nation Iroquois Confederacy and his discussions are inspiring and gripping.