Climate change is a hot topic in the public forum recently. Earth’s denizens are getting fed up with inaction and the status quo of unsustainable and irresponsible living. The greatest cure for the existential dread . . .
The Conestoga Club is a club to be recognized.
They are working wonders with the vegetation along the Conestoga River. Originating in the 1990s, Dr. Ambler, the head of the Conestoga Club here at Millersville University, and Professor of Biology explains the ongoing effort the club puts forth to keep the environment enriched. According to Dr. Ambler “The Bush along the Conestoga River was once a farm pasture in the 1950s and now has grown into a forest. This is a natural process called succession and called ‘old field succession’ when abandoned farmland becomes a forest again.” . . .