William Ryan, a Marine Corps veteran and Penn State grad student in Environmental Resource Management, was one of 36 musicians to get involved in our Songs of the Susquehanna project.
Check out the submission, titled "If this River Had a Voice," and hear about his inspiration for the song, his studies at Penn State involving environmental resource management specifically in agricultural and soil conservation, what sparked his passion for our outdoor resources, what it means to give the river a voice and what the Susquehanna would want to tell us.
Songs of the Susquehanna Volume 1 CD
Check out 20 of the 46 original river-inspired songs submitted into our inaugural Songs of the Susquehanna project. This collection includes a great variety of genres, stories and information that helps engage the listener with the environmental, recreational, therapeutic and historical elements of our river and its tributaries. CDs are available for pickup at 112 Market Street, Sunbury, or can be sent to you in the mail.
Check out our growing library of podcast interviews with outdoor influencers from throughout our watershed by clicking here. Our list of guests include:
John Zaktansky is an award-winning journalist and avid promoter of the outdoors who loves camping, kayaking, fishing and hunting with the family.