Yearly Archives: 2017

Walk Among the Wildflowers

Join our own Cindy Rogers for a Walk Among the Wild­flowers! Saturday, May 6 10:30am at the Blacklick Valley Natural Area Cindy will lead a WalkWorks hike to see our favorite spring wildflowers – Mayapples, Jack in the Pulpit, spring beauties, trout, lilies, trillium and others as they display their beautiful spring blooms. Click here […]

Sustainable Economy Summit April 21st

Put Friday, April 21, 2017 on your calendar and come! The  Sustainable Economy Summit will inform you about types of renewable energy, energy efficiency and other aspects of the sustainable economy, and help communities start to plan and implement sustainable development to bring economic growth to the county. Evergreen is part of a coalition whose vision is to […]

Spring Trail Clean Up April 29th!

Come help Evergreen Conservancy clean up our adopted section of the Hoodlebug Trail and adjoining Highway 119 areas on April 29! Meet us at 9 am at the Homer City Ball Field. To get there take old Highway 119 South through Homer City (Main Street). Go past the high school, then take first right and […]

Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence

The Evergreen Conservancy was recently awarded the Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence for its environmental stewardship. The award was received for the installation of the Trompe at the Tanoma Wetlands to help our passive treatment system more efficiently clean water entering Crooked Creek. The award was given by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. We […]

What Was it Like to Work as a Coal Miner in Indiana County? Come on April 28th to find out!!

Find out at Evergreen’s spring program on Friday, April 28th at 6pm at Blue Spruce Park! Evergreen Conservancy is very closely tied to the coal industry in Indiana County. Our Tanoma site’s purpose is to treat abandoned mine drainage. Presenter Herb Gleditsch, who worked for R&P Coal for 30 years, will share artifacts and talk […]

Nominations due for the Evergreen Award!

A volunteer, organization, business, or an employed person can be nominated for the award. The conservancy is seeking to recognize a nominee who has demonstrated grass-roots leadership in the following areas: • New or innovative technology to prevent harm to our environment • Participation in activities that show a direct positive effect on our environment. […]