The PA Wilds region is home to so many amazing natural experiences. Show your love for the region while you stay warm this fall!
Finally, stay warm and awake regardless if the sun is out with Alabaster coffee’s award winning Sabra Blend coffee. Alabaster Coffee Roasters is a family owned business in Williamsport that offers their own roasted coffee beans.
Adult Elk on a Bike Long Sleeve T-Shirt
This long-sleeved shirt is perfect for the early fall nights when it's not quite cold enough for a jacket. The shirt has an elk riding a bike, which is perfect for when you are exploring the rails to trails across the region. This shirt was designed and printed by a small business called Xtreme Wear, located in DuBois along the I-80 Frontier landscape of the PA Wilds.
PA Wilds Midnight Sky Handmade Ceramic Mug
Keep your hands warm with a handmade ceramic mug by Jillia English Ceramics. Located in Williamsport, Jillia has created these dishwasher and microwave-safe mugs to bring out your wild side even when you are staying cozy inside. Part of her proceeds from her PA Wilds Mugs go to the PA Wilds Center for Entrepreneurship's mission.
Modern Bark Texture Copper Jewelry
Show your love for trees during your next holiday outing with these Bark Texture Copper earrings (which also is available as a matching necklace). The earrings are made by Stephanie Distler, a metal artist who makes jewelry inspired by the nature around her. Stephanie's studio is in Johnsonburg, in the Allegheny National Forest and Surrounds landscape of the PA Wilds.
Canvas Backpack with Patch
There is nothing quite like a solid canvas backpack for the emergency coat when those winter winds come through. The only thing that makes it better is when it's adorned with PA Made designs, and space for your pin collection to be displayed. Based in Elk County, PA Made was created by graphic artist Mickayla Poland. Get this for your next adventure!
About the author, Hannah Brock:
Hannah Brock has called the PA Wilds home since 2016 when she worked at Wolf's General Store in the PA Grand Canyon. Hannah spends her free time exploring the many hiking trails, restaurants and shops that the PA Wilds has to offer. After living in the hills of Wellesboro for several years, Hannah now resides in Elk Country landscape of Saint Marys. A native of PA, Hannah fell in love with the PA Wilds communities and wants to help build the places she now calls home.
Hannah joined the PA Wilds team in late 2020 to be a liaison between businesses and the PA Wilds brand. In 2022, Hannah was promoted to become the manager for the PA Wilds Conservation Shop at Leonard Harrison State Park. She continues to manage the PA Wilds licensing program and helps businesses leverage the brand for their products and marketing materials, encourages business-to-business relationships, and maintains the PA Wilds brand standards.