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October 7 2019
10:30 am

Gov. Wolf to Visit Bartram’s Garden, Highlight PA Farm Bill Urban Ag Grants

5400 Lindbergh Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19143

Governor Tom Wolf and Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding will visit Bartram’s Garden and its farm and community partners to celebrate the continued development of urban ag infrastructure in Philadelphia through the governor’s PA Farm Bill. Governor Wolf recently awarded $500,000 in urban agriculture grants to 28 projects across Pennsylvania that provide opportunities for entrepreneurship and community-building.

October 2 2019
1:30 pm

Gov. Wolf, Board of Pardons to Discuss Expedited Pardons Process for Marijuana Convictions

Governor’s Reception Room, Harrisburg, PA 17120

Governor Tom Wolf, Lt. Governor John Fetterman, and Board of Pardons Secretary Brandon Flood will host a press conference discussing an expedited pardons process for individuals with nonviolent marijuana-related convictions.

October 2 2019
9:00 am

Gov. Wolf to Make Major Announcement on Environmental Policy

Governor’s Reception Room, Harrisburg, PA 17120

Governor Tom Wolf will make a major announcement on the state’s environmental policy.

September 30 2019
1:30 pm

Governor Wolf to Outline Charter School Reform

Logan Elementary School, 301 Sycamore Street, Altoona, PA 16602

Governor Tom Wolf will join area school superintendents and stakeholders to discuss his plan to strengthen charter school accountability, protect taxpayers and ensure students get the education and skills they need to succeed. Pennsylvania’s flawed and outdated charter school law is one of the worst in the nation.

September 30 2019
11:00 am

Gov. Wolf to Highlight Accomplishments of State’s Opioid Fight at Opioid Command Center’s First Summit

Wyndham Garden State College, 310 Elks Club Road, Boalsburg, PA 16827

Governor Tom Wolf will give the opening remarks at the first Opioid Command Center Summit, a two-day summit of cabinet secretaries from the departments of Health, Aging, Human Services, and Drug and Alcohol Programs and others, members of the Opioid Command Center, and state and national leaders in health and human services gathered to learn about the state’s continuing efforts and partnerships to battle the opioid crisis.