Fall Trail Clean Up on Saturday, October 13th

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. […]


RESCHEDULED – 2018 Annual Membership Picnic

Due to the weather forecast for Wednesday, the Annual Membership Picnic has been rescheduled for this Friday, June 29th. The time and location remain the same: 5:30 PM at the Tanoma AMD Wetlands and Outdoor Environmental Education Center. The potluck dinner will begin at 5:30 PM and the EC Board will be grilling burgers, hot […]


2018 Annual Membership Picnic

Evergreen Conservancy’s annual membership meeting will be held Wednesday June 27th at 5:30 pm at the Tanoma Wetlands Outdoor Environmental Education Center. The annual meeting begins with a potluck picnic dinner at 5:30. The Conservancy Board will grill hamburgers and hot dogs, provide buns, condiments and drinks. Those attending should bring a salad, side dish, […]


Geocaching/Indiana County Eco Tour Geo Trail Program

Evergreen Conservancy will present an introduction to geocaching and the Indiana County Eco Tour Geo Trail this Saturday, May 12th, at 1:00pm. Come learn the basics of geocaching, practice hunting for nearby geocaches, and get your passport to begin your very own adventure! Meet at the Environmental Learning Center at Yellow Creek State Park.  If […]


UPDATE! Trail Clean Up Moved to Saturday April 28th

Mother Nature apparently didn’t get the memo. So, we’ve moved our spring trail clean up to April 28th at 9am! 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 […]


A Primer on Trout and Salmon

Join Evergreen Conservancy, and IUP Biology professor Dr. David Janetski, for our spring program on April 13, 2018 at 7pm at Blue Spruce Lodge. The program will discuss brook trout management, problems caused by invasive species, introduction of new species (Pacific Salmon), and Great Lakes fish. The program is free and open to the public. Light snacks […]