Valley Forge Nature & Science
By Valley Forge National Historical Park
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Valley Forge National Historical Park encompasses an area of great historical significance, as well as protecting a substantial area essential for the preservation and protection of native biodiversity. The 3,500-acre park is one of the few, large, contiguous, protected areas in southeastern Pennsylvania that has a variety of habitat types including a river, numerous streams and forested wetlands, eastern deciduous forest, and tall-grass meadows.
||Pine Forests||Pine Forests along County Line Road||10 9 2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||Pollination||Pollination of plants and trees along the Grand Parade Grounds||10 9 2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||Geology of Valley Forge||Natural Resource Manager Kristina Heister discusses the geology of the area known as the Grand Parade. Learn about dolostone and how underground streams have created an area that is lower than the surrounding ground. Bring this podcast with you and listen as you visit the Grand Parade Ground at tour stop #9 (Varnum's Quarters).||26 6 2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||Valley Forge Meadows||Meadows of Valley Forge National Historical Park||25 5 2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||Valley Forge Wildlife||Wildlife at Valley Forge in colonial and present times.||11 3 2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||Historic Landscapes||Historic Landscapes: How the Valley Forge Landscape has changed||27 2 2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||Water Resources at Valley Forge Natonal Historical Park||The Valley Creek Watershed||6 2 2007||Free||View in iTunes|