PITTSFIELD, Pa. – The Pennsylvania WoodMobile made a stop at the Warren County Fairgrounds on Thursday, giving third-graders in the Warren County School District a unique learning experience.
The WoodMobile is a traveling exhibit that provides an interactive experience educating about the forest, the sustainable forest products industry, how products are made, and threats to our forests like invasive insects and plants, diseases, and white-tailed deer.
Over 350 third-graders across Warren County were able to gain insightful knowledge of Pennsylvania’s natural resources and career opportunities that are available to them.
The presenters were Chapman Dam State Park, Drake Well Oil Museum, Allegheny National Forest, AHUG, and the PA Game Commission.
The students were able to gain plenty of hands-on experience, and also had lunch provided courtesy of the Warren County School District and Cochran and Zandi.