Office Space For Rent at Aldie Mansion

Won’t you be our neighbor? We have office space available in historic Aldie Mansion! A Doylestown first floor office with abundant parking. 1,025 square feet, private entrance, 2 private offices and open space, air conditioning, natural light, private bathroom and kitchenette, carpet flooring. Available March 1st. $1,800/month + utilities. Rental of this space supports Heritage […]

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Heritage Conservancy Receives Its First EITC Donation From Covenant Bank

We are excited to announce that we received our first donation since registering to become a qualified recipient of the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) for businesses! Pennsylvania’s EITC program is a way for eligible businesses to increase educational opportunities for students while earning tax credits by contributing to an Educational Improvement Organization such as […]

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Two Properties in Solebury Township Now Under Conservancy Easement

Our team at Heritage Conservancy achieved two land preservation successes in the 11th hour of 2019. Working in partnership with Solebury Township, on December 31st, Heritage Conservancy closed on two properties to secure approximately 60 acres of protected land about two miles north of New Hope, PA, along River Road. Acting under a 2005 referendum […]

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Heritage Conservancy Facilitates Listing of Jacob Stover Farmstead on the National Register

Heritage Conservancy is proud to announce that it successfully listed the Jacob Stover Farmstead on the National Register of Historic Places. It was officially placed in December 2019 after a rigorous process. Built in the early 1800s, the Jacob Stover Farmstead is located in Tinicum Township between the Delaware River and the Delaware Canal. Community […]

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Heritage Conservancy Welcomes Three New Board Members to its Board of Directors

Heritage Conservancy is pleased to welcome three new members to its Board of Directors: realtor Stephen Darlington, dentist/philanthropist Trey Wilson, and architect Ralph Fey. Their combined knowledge, expertise, and passion will help provide guidance to the Conservancy, furthering its mission of land conservation and historic preservation. STEPHEN DARLINGTON has been a realtor in Pennsylvania and […]

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Celebrating Our 12th Annual MLK Day of Service

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” ~Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Eighty-seven volunteers answered that question this year at Bristol Marsh Nature Preserve in honor of our annual MLK Day of Service. On Monday, January 20th, under a shining sun, compassionate community members joined Heritage Conservancy for a […]

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A Message From Heritage Conservancy’s President On the Recent Rollback of Clean Water Protections

Yesterday, it was announced that millions of miles of streams and about half of the country’s wetlands were removed from federal protection by the current administration and the EPA. The EPA’s own advisory board criticized this plan. The rollback of these clean water protections should have all of us concerned. We now have in place […]

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A Statement from Our President On the Passing of Former Bucks County Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick

Heritage Conservancy staff and board are saddened by the news of the recent passing of former Bucks County Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick. Below is a statement from Jeff Marshall, Heritage Conservancy’s President: “From his time as Bucks County Commissioner, Mike Fitzpatrick has been a champion of protecting open spaces. The local legacy that he leaves behind […]

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Heritage Conservancy Facilitates the Preservation of Clymer Farm in Richland Township

Working in partnership with Richland Township, Heritage Conservancy facilitated the preservation of 55 acres of land in the Quakertown area. Owned by Kathy and Lee Clymer, the Clymer Farm contains agricultural fields, pastures, a portion of the Tohickon Creek, forested areas, and a pond, and it is currently being utilized as an equestrian farm. Located […]

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