In the News: Uncharted Lancaster using Adventure to Engage

In the News

I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by Amy Evans from the PA Chapter of the American Planning Association for their monthly newsletter. It was an absolute pleasure to talk to Evans. See her article below.

Uncharted Lancaster Using Adventure to Engage

You could say that Uncharted Lancaster is where National Treasure meets local history and geography. This fun and approachable online blend of information and adventure began about three years ago, with founder Adam Zurn needing a good place to walk his dogs. He started with the nearby Shenks Ferry Nature Preserve, mostly known today for its profusion of spring wildflowers, and slowly uncovered an incredibly rich history– among them a 300-year old cemetery, rumored ghosts, industrial ruins, and the site of the deadliest manufacturing accident in Lancaster history. Amazingly, much of this wasn’t documented online in any way that would facilitate visiting. Read more…


You can find the PA Chapter of the American Planning Association on Facebook and the web.

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