Behind these doors, lies the strength of our community.
In 1974, Art Wolfe, a Lower Merion High School science teacher, brought a community together. His commitment to improve the health of Mill Creek was a true testament to the power of individuals working together. It was also the beginning of the Conservancy’s citizen-scientist program, a program that engages the public in scientific work to serve the best interests of the wider community.
In his lifetime, Art watched polluted stormwater overtake the stream and the trout disappear. Art’s passion to involve as many people as possible in the preservation of our irreplaceable resources continues at the Conservancy.
Join us in recognizing and thanking everyone in our community, yourself included, who cares for the environment, speaks out in support of saving historic buildings, puts their time and resources towards the greater good, and pledges to preserve what is most important to our quality of life.]
Please consider a year-end, fully tax-deductible contribution to help the Conservancy continue our preservation efforts in the New Year.
As the year comes to a close, and we think about the complexities of the world and in our own personal lives, please remember that one things stands true: the power of community prevails and together we have made a difference in Lower Merion and Narberth.
We urge you to lend your enthusiastic support to preserve our unique environment and historic heritage. Every dollar matters and every gift makes a difference.