In December 2014, Heritage Conservancy went to settlement on the 25-acre Segl Farm in Springfield Township. Heritage Conservancy will co-hold a conservation easement on this property that Springfield Township and the Bucks County Agricultural Land Preservation Program successfully worked to preserve.
Preservation of the Segl Farm contributes significantly to agricultural, wildlife habitat, and watershed protection because the property contains active agricultural lands with prime agricultural soils, woodlands, and a tributary of Cooks Creek. Its preservation will ensure that these important natural resources are protected for the benefit of the community.
Heritage Conservancy is committed to working with its partners in keeping the promise that it will uphold and defend this easement and that it will perform the necessary ongoing annual monitoring of the Segl Farm.