December 7, 2015 – A focal point for Pennsylvania’s free roaming elk, the Elk Visitors Center operated by the Keystone Elk Country Alliance continues to expand its mission.

This week Rawley Cogan CEO of the Keystone Elk County Alliance. Cogan highlights how KECA is expanding, programs, with the growing list of conservation partners. A number of new and dynamic projects have been launched.

From providing in the class room to your local school,  to conservation banquets along with  a wide range of new and exciting projects just waiting to be explored. Learn how you can become involved in wildlife conservation.

The program airs on Monday, December 7, 2015. Gateway Outdoors is heard every Monday at 6 PM on Connect FM 96.7 and 107.9 FM, live streamed on the Internet, at

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