Thursday, November 15, 2012
Adolph receives recognition
State Rep. Bill Adolph, R-165, of Springfield, was honored by the 75 conservation organizations that make up the Pennsylvania Land Trust Association today.
They credited Adolph, chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, for his work to restore funding to the Keystone Recreation Park and Conservation Fund and farmland preservation in the state budget.
“Bill Adolph is a champion for conservation,” said Andy Loza, executive director of the association, in a prepared statement. “He recognizes that public investments in conservation provide continuing benefits for decades and centuries to come. His leadership in protecting the integrity of the Keystone Recreation Park and Conservation Fund ensures that present and future Pennsylvanians will have Pennsylvania’s open and scenic landscapes to enjoy and rich recreational opportunities available to them.”