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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 […]
Have you been thinking about putting solar panels on you house but are not sure how to start, how it works or what to do? There was a meeting on November 29th at 6:30 pm at the Indiana Boro Building at 80 N. 8th Street, Indiana, PA Over 70 people attended with lots of questions […]
Ms. Van Dyke presented about her 35 years tending to wildlife to a standing room only crowd. This program was free and open to the public. Light snacks and refreshments were available after the program. Wildlife Rehabilitation Facilities care for orphaned, injured, sick and displaced wildlife with a goal returning them to the wild. Ms. […]
On Friday, September 28th, the 2nd Summit of the Indiana County Sustainable Economic Development Task Force was held. Evergreen Conservancy, among many other community partners, is a part of the Task Force. The Final Report of the Indiana County Sustainable Economic Development Task Force is attached here and is also housed on both Evergreen Conservancy’s website under […]
Our Fall Trail Clean Up is scheduled for Saturday, October 13th 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. […]