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Invasive Species Meet & Eat Classes

Participants explore examples of local invasive plant species during our Meet & Eat class series. Photo courtesy of Heritage Conservancy.  Conservation easements are a strong land conservation tool in Heritage [...]

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The Grand Theater joins Heritage Conservancy’s Register of Historic Places

The Grand Theater located in East Greenville, PA. Photo courtesy of the Grand Theater. Last month, Heritage Conservancy’s Historical Review Board met and voted to accept the Grand Theater into [...]

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5 Native Plants That Attract Ruby-throated Hummingbirds

The Ruby-throated Hummingbird (Archilochus colubris) has an affinity for a few different plant species. INTRO Pennsylvania is home to an abundance of incredible bird species. Yet many, if not most, [...]

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Farm to Table 2022

We are so grateful to everyone that could join us at Farm to Table this year! After a considerable break, it was wonderful to gather again in person with so [...]

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Riparian Buffers: The Unsung Heroes of Aquatic Ecosystems

A healthy riparian buffer consists of a diversity of native plants that help protect the waterway as well as its inhabitants. INTRO A riparian buffer is an area of land that [...]

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Garden Party 2022

We are so grateful to everyone that could join us at Garden Party this year! It was an absolute pleasure to see attendees’ smiling faces back at Aldie Mansion and to [...]

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Cub Scout Pack 133 Bear Den visits Hart’s Woods

On Saturday, June 4, 2022, four scouts plus two little siblings from the Cub Scout Pack 133 Bear Den in Chalfont, PA conducted a stream survey at Hart’s Woods Nature Preserve. The group found giant water [...]

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Wineberries: A Tasty Opportunity To Take Action

Wineberry (Rubus phoenicolasius) INTRO Have you ever been out on a midsummer night stroll and spotted a red fruit growing on a prickly bramble? With the fruit itself made up of [...]

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New Faces of Heritage Conservancy: Part 2

Heritage Conservancy is excited to announce that we have added three new staff members to our team. Find out more about their roles and responsibilities in the descriptions below. Please [...]

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Transforming Invasive Plants Into Delicious Pesto

Garlic mustard plants can grow up to three feet tall and be identified by their heart-shaped leaves with scalloped edges and clusters of small, four-petal white flowers. INTRO Springtime on [...]

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