Just as I can't speak to the "Deer situation" of every region in the state, I can't speak to the "Ramp situation" in each either. That said, THEY'RE UP here in deep Southwestern, PA. If you like them on the young side, go get 'em. They're seemingly between 3-5" for the most part. With temps moderating this week, you can probably get them by the wheelbarrow load next week.
Maple Syrup, then leeks, then spring gobblers. That's how things go up near camp. Still lots of Legions, fire halls and churches up there that have annual Ham and Leek dinners as fund raisers. My neighbors over the hill from camp are just about done with the syrup bidness, according to her FB page the other day. Last weekend was the Maple Syrup open house thing in Potter and Tioga.
One of my old Potter uncles was a fair hand at gathering leeks in the spring, but he'd never tell anyone where he'd dug them. So when he died, the leek locations went with him. Same for his favorite remote spots for trout on Pine Creek and lots of other streams.
I've planted a half dozen small patches around our creek bottom. It'll be a few more years before they spread enough to start digging any of them so I'll be adding some more over the next few years. Hopefully my family will be digging here for as long as they wish and they won't have to go anywhere else.
I planted a couple of patches in my woods, and haven't noticed any significant spreading. Probably been 10 years or so. Something tells me these things take decades to really spread in any measurable quantity.