Promoting Pollinator Species

Many of our pollinator species are at risk, and one reason for that is because of habitat loss. Pollinators species, such as butterflies and bees, are responsible for about 40% of food crop production, so it is especially important that we take action to help. With community support, Heritage Conservancy staff members have been working […]

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The Duval Property Added to Heritage Conservancy’s Register of Historic Places

Thanks to the hard work and dedication of Laure Duval, her property in Tinicum Township has now become the latest addition to Heritage Conservancy’s Register of Historic Places! Also known as the Anderson Farm, Duval’s property derives its name from one of its most notable owners, Frederick O. Anderson, the first advertising editor of Life […]

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A Lunch and Learn For Land Preservation

This month, Heritage Conservancy co-hosted the first educational luncheon of a three-part series alongside Glenmede, an investment and private wealth management firm. More than 35 people attended this luncheon that focused around a panel discussion about the tax benefits of land preservation. Lisa Whitcomb, Director of Wealth Strategy at Glenmede, provided valuable insight into the […]

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Heritage Conservancy to Host “River Days Community Event” at Bristol Marsh Nature Preserve

Heritage Conservancy is hosting “River Days Community Event” at the Bristol Marsh Nature Preserve in Bristol, PA, on Sunday, October 6th, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. There will be family-friendly activities going on throughout the day. Hidden in plain sight behind bustling Mill Street, you can find the Bristol Marsh Nature Preserve, a 17-acre […]

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An Interview with Summer Fellow, Amberly Choi

This summer, Heritage Conservancy had the pleasure of welcoming summer Fellow, Amberly Choi, in partnership with the Alliance for Watershed Education (AWE). Amberly received her Associate’s degree in Psychology at Bucks County Community College before earning her Bachelor’s in Psychology at Temple University with a Certificate in Spanish. A Bucks County native, she has now […]

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