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Raising Heritage Breed Animals on Preserved Agricultural Land

A Study Linking Land Preservation and Animal Conservation In May of 2011, The 1772 Foundation funded a study to be completed by Heritage Conservancy that would determine the feasibility of creating a heritage breed livestock operation on a plot of Heritage Conservancy preserved agricultural land. As a result of the study, Heritage Conservancy developed a […]

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The Largest Cut to Conservation and Recreation in PA History

Dear friends and supporters, Pennsylvania Governor Corbett’s proposed 2012-13 budget eliminates ALL conservation, park and recreation funding from the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund. What’s worse, the budget goes on to propose that the termination of funding be permanent. This means a loss of $30M for conservation in 2012-13 and far more in the […]

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Hundreds of Acres Preserved in 2011 and Jeff Marshall Promoted to President

At year’s end, Heritage Conservancy celebrated the preservation of hundreds of acres of land in 2011 in addition to the elevation of the Conservancy’s Chief Preservation Officer, Jeffrey Marshall, to President of the organization. Due to partnerships with federal, state, county and municipal agencies, Heritage Conservancy was able to preserve 467 acres over the last […]

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Happy Holidays from Heritage Conservancy

A message from our Chief Operating Officer Dear Friends and Supporters, 2011 has been a very exciting and successful year for Heritage Conservancy. Your generosity makes it possible for us to protect our land and history for future generations to enjoy. We would like to thank you for supporting our mission. Click HERE to view […]

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The Economic Value of Protected Open Space

The final version of Return on Environment, The Economic Value of Protected Open Space in Southeastern Pennsylvania report, was recently released by the Green Space Alliance and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission. This report is the first to quantify the economic value of protected open space in the five-county Philadelphia metropolitan area, including Buck […]

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Annual Christmas Gala Recap

Sunday, December 4th, from 5:00pm to 8:00pm, we will hold our annual black tie gala: Christmas for Aldie. Vivamus vulputate molestie magna vel vulputate. Sed elementum ipsum rhoncus diam pharetra et venenatis lorem gravida. Vestibulum congue elit nisi. Quisque a sem erat. Donec vehicula quam eget eros laoreet vulputate. Etiam sed urna neque. In luctus […]

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Helping Collect Care Packages for Soldiers

Heritage Conservancy is proud to partner with Bucks Happening as a collection site for their Soldier’s ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Pellentesque venenatis nunc ut dolor lacinia vel pellentesque leo mattis. Cras ac urna eget dolor volutpat commodo. Integer convallis ornare sem, et suscipit orci volutpat non. Nulla elementum congue neque eget aliquet. […]

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Property Acquisitions and the Elevation of a Dedicated Leader Close the Year for Heritage Conservancy

Preservation of 467 Acres and Jeffrey Marshall’s Advancement to President Doylestown, PA, February 1, 2012: Heritage Conservancy, an accredited not-for-profit conservation organization that specializes in preserving our natural and historic heritage, announced the preservation of 467 acres of land in 2011, while simultaneously announcing the elevation of the Conservancy’s Chief Preservation Officer, Jeffrey Marshall, to […]

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More Than 75 Volunteers Help Heritage Conservancy Clean Up The Bristol Marsh

Remarkable Volunteer Support on Dr. Martin Luther King Day of Service Doylestown, PA, January 20, 2012: Honoring the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a National Day of Service on Monday, January 16th, more than 75 volunteers from Bristol Borough High School, The George School, Villanova University, US E.P.A., Greenbelt Overhaul Alliance of Levittown, […]

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