The Pennsylvania National Forests is a federally-protected area in western Pennsylvania.
It includes parts of Allegheny, Bucks and Bucks County.
There are roughly 200,000 acres of it.
It is home to the Pennsylvania Natural and Cultural History Museum and is a favorite destination for hikers and mountain bikers, who can see its many caves, lakes and streams.
The forest also offers some of the best views in the state.
It’s a good place to hike if you’re looking for some quiet solitude.
The mountains in the area are mostly steep, and it is well-marked, making it easy to find trails.
But the forests are also home to many pests, like insects and rodents.
It’s also a good spot to take your family, because it is close to all of the state’s schools.
The forests also have a lot of history, and its history has been the focus of some research.
The National Park Service, which manages the park, commissioned an environmental study for the Forest Service.
The study concluded that the Forest’s current design could lead to “a greater impact on vegetation and natural resources.”
The Forest Service, however, disagreed with the assessment and decided to go with a more environmentally-friendly design, the AP reported.
In its new design, more than 3 million square feet of forest are added.
The Forest and Conservation Commission approved the new design in August.
The Forest Service says it will start the process of creating a forest management plan for the area by the end of October.