In 2010, writer Andy Moore went to a festival celebrating an obscure, native fruit called the pawpaw. Now he's become the forgotten fruit's biggest ambassador.
Native plants are easy and fun to grow. They don't need fertilizers and fend off insects with ease.
Fort Indiantown Gap near Harrisburg is the training ground for the Pennsylvania National Guard where soldiers practice with machine guns,
If you have a yard or garden, chances are you have garlic mustard.
The Paw Paw tree is a plant native to this region that produces a fruit that tastes like something out of the tropics.
Foresters are worried about a wasp that's killing pine trees. The insect is spreading through pine forests in northern states.
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