Greenlife Pennsylvania

Television - Local Programs

Greenlife Pennsylvania

Thursdays at 8p on WVIA-TV

Think globally act locally. A philosophy that’s more timely than ever. Like the rest of our planet and our country, big environmental problems are affecting Pennsylvania. Climate change, habitat loss, invasive species, a loss of connection to the outdoors and other issues stress the natural world and our sense of hope about the future. But across the state, Pennsylvanians are meeting the challenges with a resolve that would make William Penn proud.

Greenlife Pennsylvania takes viewers to the conservation front; places where the problems and the science can be seen and heard with thought-provoking reality, and where individuals and organizations are fighting back with cutting-edge tactics and a can-do spirit. The series inspires through personal actions, paired with compelling journeys, diverse communities and landscapes of Pennsylvania. The viewer gains an appreciation, a visceral connection to conservation, and feels the call to take it personally. Each episode closes with tips and actions individuals can take.

Season 3 Segments

French Creek

Posted by WVIA Admin

One of the most ecologically important waterways in the country

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Dauphin County Conservation District

Posted by WVIA Admin

Great ideas to reduce the amount of contaminants in local streams

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Clean Creek Products

Posted by WVIA Admin

Finding use for filtered minerals from Pennsylvania's Streams

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Princeton Hydro

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Helping preserve the quality of lakes and ponds

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Sullivan Park Restoration Project

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Easton PA's local Government, Bushkill Steram Conservancy, Northampton County Conservation District and Lafayette College came up with a solution to excessive storm runoff

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Episode Guide

Season 1 Episodes

Season 1 Episodes

ZAP Cars, Backyard Habitats, Wildlife Guardians and more!

Season 2 Episodes

Season 2 Episodes

Creepy Crawlies, Ohioplye State Park Stormwater Improvements, and more!

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