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2017 Annual Winter Trek

2017 Annual Winter Treks   The winter tradition continues as the Lower Merion Conservancy partners with Bridlewild Trails Association, the Henry Foundation for Botanical Research, Peace Palace Mission, and Riverbend Environmental Education Center to present a series of free hikes
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LMC is Recipient of Tired Hands’ 2016 Charitable Contribution Award

LMC is Recipient of Tired Hands’ 2016 Charitable Contribution Award The Lower Merion Conservancy is thrilled to share Tired Hands’ announcement:  Tired Hands is pleased to announce our Fall 2016 Charitable Contribution award to the Lower Merion Conservancy to support their
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Your support has made a difference…

Without you, our work would not be possible! For that reason, we ask you consider a fully tax-deductible, year-end contribution!  Your support will make a difference in 2017 as we: -encourage the preservation of significant historic properties that are threatened with demolition, subj
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Belmont Hills in the Age of Industry – Slideshow

Belmont Hills in the Age of Industry: A History of Lower Merion’s Unique River Village Lecture given by Kathleen Abplanalp, Director of Historic Preservation, on Thursday, November 17. Click on Image for slide show
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Fall Edition: The Steward

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Your Gift Will Be Matched Dollar for Dollar

After several generous gifts this past weekend we have exceeded our $10,000 Challenge!! Thank you for all your support! Provided by CoolFundraisingIdeas.net The plain fact is that the planet does not need more successful people. But it does desperately need more peacemakers, healers,
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Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Workshop

Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Workshop Thursday, March 31, 2016 9:00 am to 11:00 am Haverford Community Recreation & Environmental Center, 900 Parkview Drive, Haverford, PA 19041 This workshop will provide an overview of Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (I
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2015 Annual Appeal

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 b
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Capturing Character

Capturing Character of Lower Merion and Narberth The Lower Merion Conservancy is encouraging its members and the public to participate in its upcoming endeavor to “Capture the Character of Lower Merion and Narberth.” The Conservancy is soliciting mystery photos of historic resources (
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