Heritage Conservancy’s Aldie Mansion comes alive this summer with a free monthly concert series

With the return of spring and warm weather comes the return of Heritage Conservancy’s popular “Concerts in the Garden” outdoor summer concert series at historic Aldie Mansion in Doylestown, PA. Now entering its fifth season, Concerts in the Garden will be held at a new time—6:00 PM to 8:00 PM—on the fourth Tuesday of every […]

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Remembering Three Old Barns

By Jeffrey L. Marshall, President of Heritage Conservancy and National Barn Alliance Board of Directors This month was a tough one for old buildings, particularly old barns. Heritage Conservancy was asked to go out and look at three(!) barns that were going to be demolished. The gloomy weather seemed appropriate for this somber task–the presence […]

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A Q&A with Nick DeRose, Heritage Conservancy’s New Vice Chairman of the Board

Anyone who gets involved with the work of a nonprofit–whether it’s in a staff or volunteer position–has a unique story for why they do what they do. This month, we chatted with Nick DeRose, Vice Chairperson of Heritage Conservancy’s Board of Directors. Equipped with a master’s degree in Geology, Nick is a professional geologist specializing […]

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The Great Blue Heron Walk of 2019

If you’ve ever witnessed a Great Blue Heron slowly striding in the water or gracefully taking flight, you know that they are a breathtaking sight to behold! On Saturday, April 6th, we organized a large group of bird enthusiasts to gather at the Upper Bucks campus of Bucks County Community College, where nature-lover and birding […]

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“The River Flows Through Art”—A Michener Art Museum and Heritage Conservancy Collaboration

A powerful partnership has been forged! Heritage Conservancy has teamed up with the James A. Michener Art Museum for “The River Flows Through Art: A Catalyst for Change” educational program. This five-week endeavor, which is currently taking place, creatively teaches students from three local schools (Morrisville High School, Strayer Middle School, and Thomas Holme School) […]

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