Heritage Conservancy Welcomes Two New Board Members

Heritage Conservancy is pleased to welcome two new members to its Board of Directors. The Board of Directors provides guidance to Heritage Conservancy to further its mission of land and historic property preservation, to assist with financial goals, and to achieve regional prominence through outreach and marketing. Julie Toner, an attorney at law firm Toner […]

Read More…

Heritage Conservancy’s Christmas at Aldie Fundraiser Benefits Our Area’s Natural and Historic Heritage

Heritage Conservancy, an accredited not-for-profit land conservation and historic preservation organization that is currently in its 60th year, held its 30th annual Christmas at Aldie fundraiser on Sunday, December 2nd. More than 200 people were in attendance at historic Aldie Mansion in Doylestown, PA, to celebrate and support the preservation of our area’s natural and […]

Read More…

Heritage Conservancy Visits Germantown Academy for Assembly and Book Delivery

On what seemed like a typical school day, students from the Germantown Academy Lower School were recently treated to a not-so-average day! November 13th started out with an enthusiastic assembly for over 350 students in the Lower School. The assembly revolved around the gifting of a personal paperback copy of The Wind in the Willows of Bucks […]

Read More…

Heritage Conservancy Makes a SPLASH with Keystone Elementary Along the Delaware River in Lambertville

Heritage Conservancy recently hosted a series of field trips to include the entire fourth grade from Keystone Elementary School in Croydon, PA. Spanning from late September into early October over the course of several days, over 180 enthusiastic students were bussed from Croydon to the banks of the Delaware River in Lambertville, NJ, to raise […]

Read More…

Heritage Conservancy Facilitates a Barn Raising at Styer Orchard to Support Agricultural Production and Education

If good fences make good neighbors, then good barns make good neighborhoods. And that is exactly how the community around Styer Orchard in Langhorne, PA, will feel thanks to a new pole barn on the farm. Styer Orchard, which is open to the public for fruit and vegetable picking, is proud to house a new […]

Read More…

Heritage Conservancy Hosts Successful Farm to Table Fundraiser

Photo by Robyn Graham Photography Proceeds benefit land conservation and historic preservation in Bucks County Heritage Conservancy, an accredited not-for-profit land conservation and historic preservation organization located in Doylestown, PA, held its 10th annual Farm to Table dinner on Saturday, August 4th, at the Conservancy’s Russell-Mandel Preserve in Buckingham Township, PA. Over 250 guests helped […]

Read More…

Heritage Conservancy is seeking reaccreditation

As part of our commitment to this community, Heritage Conservancy is seeking reaccreditation. The Land Trust Accreditation Program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important natural places and working lands forever. Heritage Conservancy is pleased to announce it is applying for renewal of accreditation. A public comment period is now […]

Read More…

Heritage Conservancy Leads Guided Tour of Historic Doylestown Area to Local Retirement Community Residents

Heritage Conservancy recently gave exciting guided tours to groups of local retirement community residents. The Conservancy’s president, Jeff Marshall, led these tours. “Bucks County retains many varied landscapes connected to the past, “ Jeff stated. “Old farms from the 18th and 19th centuries can still be found between historic towns and villages.” The “Back Roads […]

Read More…