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1 Priority Lane, Unit 446
Murrysville, PA 15668
Salamander Search at the
Saturday morning, 9/10 at 9AM: Meet at the parking lot on Crowfoot Road and be sure to wear rubber boots! We'll be CAREFULLY searching nooks and crannies within the streams protected within our King & Potter Reserves for salamanders and other aquatic species!
An Autumn Equinox Walk
September 22, 6:30PM
On the First Day of Fall, join us to experience another change of season along the Universal Pedestrian Trail and surrounding fields at the Morosini Reserve.
On Equinox Day, day and night are equal at 12 hours each. Sunset is at 7:15PM.
The 2022 Export Ethnic Food and Music Festival is Saturday, August 20th beginning at noon. Westmoreland Conservancy looks forward to celebrating ALL things Export while enjoying great food and music!
Export Ethnic Food & Music Festival 8/20
Salamander Search at King 9/10
Autumn Equinox Walk at Morosini 9/22
Witch Hazel Hike@McGinnis 10/8
Autumn Enchanted Forest 10/15
Autumn Excursion 10/22
See our calendar!
ANNOUNCING A CHANGE (weather permitting) to the August meeting venue.
The meeting will be, as usual, held at 7PM on the 4th Wednesday (August 24). Our plan is to conduct the meeting in the Wildlife Observation Blind along the Universal Pedestrian Trail at the Morosini Reserve. Since there is no internet, the meeting will be in-person only.
Should the weather be uncooperative and rainy, the meeting will be held at our usual location at the Delmont Library.
We invite you to join us!
Witch Hazel Hike at McGinnis
10AM Saturday, October 8. McGinnis Reserve lot on Hunter Drive.
The McGinnis Reserve is home to all sorts of interesting flora. It boasts large colonies of the autumn-blooming Witch Hazel, a native shrub known for its medicinal qualities.
The group will leave the parking lot at 10AM and follow the blue trail to the meadow and into the woods. The delicate yellow blooms are a lovely addition to the colors of the autumn leaves!
Event Registration: www.westmorelandconservancy.org/event-registration
Westmoreland Conservancy is an all-volunteer, private 501(c) 3 non-profit organization committed to conservation. We are not affiliated with the town of Murrysville, nor with Westmoreland County. We do not receive taxpayer monies. Our organization is funded by our donors.
The King Reserve has been expanded by approximately 25 acres. Maps of the new trail are in the kiosk box!
Thank you for your patience!
Westmoreland Conservancy preserves, enhances and connects land, habitat and green space through acquisition, stewardship, and cooperation with local communities and other organizations.
Our vision is to preserve natural, rural, and historic landscapes for Nature's benefit and the enrichment of future generations. Since 1991 Westmoreland Conservancy has protected more than 600 acres of land.
Westmoreland Conservancy is devoted to conservation of land in Westmoreland County. We are an accredited 501c-3 non-profit organization.
Westmoreland Conservancy protects land and habitat in Westmoreland County. We are making our reserves even more people-accessible, and better for the wildlife inhabiting the area.
Donations to Westmoreland Conservancy help to protect and restore bird & wildlife habitat, and save special places of natural and historic significance.
Becoming a volunteer provides a unique opportunity to contribute directly to protecting our region’s clean waters, natural areas, and sustainable local economies now and for future generations. You play an important role in conserving the waters, meadows, and woodlands of your community. You will meet wonderful people, too! Volunteering at the Conservancy is productive work, and it’s fun!
Tell us what you would like to do: stewardship; special events; hikes; fundraising; website; newsletters/email news... contact us at the email address or phone number above!