Celebrating Women’s History Month: Four Influential Environmental Advocates

These four women (from left to right: Rosalie Edge, Margaret Murie, Rachel Carson, and Greta Thunberg) have made a significant impact on the history of the environmental conservation movement. Heritage Conservancy proudly celebrates Women’s History Month. We’d like to take a moment to recognize four women who have been influential in the history of environmental […]

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Heritage Conservancy Adds Three New Buildings to its Register of Historic Places

Any structure that is approved for the Register of Historic Places is eligible to display a plaque to recognize its historic and/or architectural elements. Three new buildings, the Scholl Pottery House, the Renninger Apartment Building, and the Theodore Cornell Manor, have been added to Heritage Conservancy’s Register of Historic Places. Heritage Conservancy maintains and updates […]

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Maria Rieders Named New Board Chair

Maria Rieders, Heritage Conservancy’s new Board Chair. With the start of 2023, Heritage Conservancy has named Maria T. Rieders, Ph.D., the new Chair of its Board of Directors. The Board of Directors assists Heritage Conservancy in achieving its mission, and its members’ combined extensive experience and commitment help bolster efforts in preservation, reaching financial goals, […]

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The Year Ahead

Happy New Year! Heritage Conservancy is grateful to everyone who helped with the successes of the past year. We had many notable achievements in 2022: our Christmas at Aldie event was the most successful one to date, we launched our Guide for Social-Emotional Learning, worked to accept The Grand Theater into our Register of Historic […]

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Fred Beans Family Donates $10,000 to Heritage Conservancy’s Educational Programs

Our Community Engagement Programs Manager Shannon Fredebaugh-Siller (left), Vice President of Fred Beans Automotive Group Beth Beans Gilbert (center), and our Senior Development Associate Emily Bonavitacola (right). Heritage Conservancy is grateful for Fred Beans family’s contribution toward our educational initiatives, which engage over 2,000 students annually across various schools throughout Bucks County. Over the course […]

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10 Years of Amphibian Conservation

Each spring and fall, Heritage Conservancy volunteers take to the streets to save these cold-blooded critters. During certain rainstorms, amphibians migrate to their breeding grounds. However, roads often intersect these journeys, leading to unfortunate casualties. At two locations in Bucks County, Heritage Conservancy volunteers go out at night, often in a downpour, to help these […]

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Christmas at Aldie 2022

On Sunday, December 4th, we gathered together for our 34th annual Christmas at Aldie event at Aldie Mansion! We kicked off the holiday season with lavishly gilded hallways, sparkling décor, festive music, and divine cuisine by Jeffrey A. Miller Catering. Together we celebrated our common goal of making the world a better place for generations […]

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The Plight of the Ash Trees

Though endowed with incredible natural beauty, Upper Bucks County has extremely limited public space for its residents to enjoy. For this reason, Heritage Conservancy’s ~100-acre Fuller-Pursell Preserve in Springfield Township is a true community asset and is one of our most-visited preserves. Fuller-Pursell provides a place where both local residents and distant visitors can go […]

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    1. ESL National Trails Day Hike

      June 3 @ 10:15 am - 11:45 am
    2. Bats Across Bucks County: Central Bucks

      June 15 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
    3. Bats Across Bucks County: Upper Bucks

      June 23 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    4. Farm to Table

      July 22 @ 5:30 pm