Evergreen Conservancy’s annual meeting for members and friends has been scheduled for Tuesday June 25th at the Tanoma Wetlands Outdoor Environmental Educations Center. The Tanoma Center is located at the corner of Tanoma and Rayne Church Roads and can be accessed from either route 286 or 119. A potluck picnic dinner will begin at 5:30 […]
Our spring trail clean up is scheduled for Saturday, May 11th at 9 AM! Evergreen Conservancy picks up trash twice a year along the Hoodlebug Trail and adjoining 119S areas. To get to the meeting place (the Homer City Ball Field) take old 119 South through Homer City (Main Street) go past the high school. […]
April 3 Find a Rainbow Day – Post a photo of a rainbow taken in your park or forest April 3 Walking Day – Take a walk and tell others the details of a favorite walking trail April 5 Read a Roadmap Day – Post a map of your park or forest, no cell service […]
Elizabeth Bruner is a local 15 year old who recently went to the Wildlife Leadership Academy. Evergreen Conservancy is proud to share an article she wrote about her experience at the Academy. Click on the picture to read her complete article.
If you have not renewed for this year, time to do it now or become a new member! Your support makes it possible to apply for grants and continue our environmental education programs and other water and land projects. Thank you all for your continued support.
Here come the coyotes!! Indiana County residents are seeing coyotes more and more frequently – some in the wild, but also where we do not expect them – in residential areas. Evergreen Conservancy’s spring program, “Coyotes in Pennsylvania”, will be presented on Friday April 12th at Blue Spruce Lodge beginning at 7 pm. Patrick Snickles […]