Welcome to NatureWorksPark
A DIVISION OF THE BLAIR COUNTY CONSERVATION DISTRICT
The mission of the Blair County Conservation District is the “Protection, Preservation and Enhancement of Blair County’s Natural Resources by providing Technical Assistance and Education Guidance.” To facilitate our mission, the Blair District purchased this tract of land (15 acres) in 2012. Planning was initiated to create Blair County’s first environmental specific outdoor education and recreation area.
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Do you know how important a wetland is to the environment? Can you imagine our community without clean, cool water for trout? Want to start a community garden in your urban neighborhood? NatureWorksPark will be the place to learn about conservation, appreciate the natural surroundings and understand how you can work with nature. Discover so much more about the natural resources in our community.
Want to schedule a group visit, sign up for one of the education programs presented by NatureWorksPark, or reserve a pavilion for a gathering, class, or get together? Call us at (814) 696-0877 ext. 5 or email us at info@NatureWorksPark.org. Our staff will be happy to answer any questions. Please note, pavilion reservations will not be accepted until after March 31, 2019.
NatureWorksPark offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for groups or individuals to dedicate their time and talents. We welcome the involvement whether it be a one-time service or a long-term commitment. Working alongside our District staff we encourage involvement with a willingness to share their interest in our community, conservation, and commitment.