News & Events


Christmas at Aldie

There is no better way to wrap up the year than by welcoming friends back to Aldie Mansion! At limited capacity, our fully vaccinated guests gathered at Heritage Conservancy’s Aldie Mansion for our annual Christmas at Aldie fundraiser gala. Built in 1927, historic Aldie made the perfect backdrop to emphasize our mission to preserve and [...]


Join Our Community Science Team!

Join our Community Science Team! Are you interested in helping to protect the plants and animals on Heritage Conservancy preserves? How about collecting data that contributes to real science? To start the new year, we are very excited to announce the launch of our Community Science Program! Community Science involves people, like you, who contribute [...]


Fourth Generation Family Lands Now Permanently Preserved

The 53-acre Zeigafuse property located in Upper Mount Bethel, Northampton County has been in the family since 1812 – nearly 210 years. The farm features cultivated fields, forested wetlands, and critical wildlife habitat for rare and endangered species. The land is bordered to the south by the East Branch of Martin’s Creek and to the [...]


A New Register of Historic Places Listing: Dr. John G. Hersh Residence

Heritage Conservancy is excited to share the newest listing to our organization’s Register of Historic Places, and this one hails from East Greenville, Montgomery County! The property is known as the Dr. John G. Hersh Residence, and the application for its listing on our register was submitted by its current owners, Christina Landis and Ed [...]


Register of Historic Places Scanning Project

Heritage Conservancy is excited to announce findings from a project conducted by a Bucks County Community College intern over the summer. Julie Leberman turned hard copies of listings from our Register of Historic Places into digital files, which will allow us to share these stories with the public, municipal officials, and historical societies more easily [...]


Our New Year’s Resolutions

One of our primary goals for 2022 is to get more people outside to explore the region’s open spaces. Heritage Conservancy has five Ambassador Properties with public accessibility to encourage members of our community to explore the land that we proudly work to protect. On your next nature adventure, be sure to capture the moment [...]


Reflecting On 2021

Before transitioning to the new year, we would like to take a moment to truly thank all of our supporters. Without you, Heritage Conservancy would not be able to achieve its mission of preserving and protecting our natural and historic heritage. Each supporter directly helps the Conservancy in facilitating the protection of over 15,500 acres [...]


Staying Creative With Virtual Activities

We are excited to announce the completion of a new “At Home With Nature” video! With some schools returning to virtual learning and many cold days ahead, this is the perfect educational activity for you and your children to enjoy together. Just like humans, animals get chilly in the winter. Some birds fly the coop for warmer [...]


Thumbs Up For Another Successful Croydon Woods Cleanup

On a chilly November morning, twenty-eight volunteers joined Heritage Conservancy staff at our Croydon Woods Nature Preserve to remove trash from the woods, ball fields, and entire property. Throughout the day, they collected about 1,000 pounds of debris! A crew also assisted with Property Stewardship work, mainly cutting invasive vines down off of young trees. [...]


Over 40 Acres Preserved in Bedminster Township

Heritage Conservancy ended the year with another success! The Buehner Farm, located in Bedminster Township, is a 41.9-acre farm almost entirely comprised of Prime Farmland and Farmland of Statewide Importance. The Conservancy is a proud co-holder of the conservation easement on the property along with its partners, Bedminster Township and the Bucks County Agricultural Land [...]



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