Western Pennsylvania ConservancyWater, Land, Life

December 2013

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TreeVitalize Pittsburgh Reaches Goal

TreeVitalizeTreeVitalize Pittsburgh – an urban forestry initiative managed by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy and supported by numerous partners – has reached its initial goal of planting 20,000 trees in the Pittsburgh area – enough trees to fill New York City’s Central Park. 

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WPC, Dominion Seek Proposals for Grants

WatershedThe Conservancy and Dominion are accepting proposals for the 2013-14 Watershed Mini-Grant Program, which provides assistance to the region’s grassroots watershed groups. Grant applications must be postmarked by Dec. 20.

Find out more here.

Fallingwater Opens Holiday Store in Pittsburgh

FallingwaterThe Fallingwater Museum Store will operate a holiday boutique in downtown Pittsburgh from now until the end of the year in a storefront on Liberty Avenue between the Harris Theater and the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Education Center.

Learn more here.

Our Shared Legacy: Patricia Nichols’ Story

Nichols Patricia Nichols became aware of the Conservancy when she was in her 20s during a visit to Fallingwater. For years thereafter, her daily commute into downwhich are made in the tradition of Frank Lloy, the more dedicated she became to WPC.

Learn more about her here.

Museum Store Offers Motawi Tiles

Motawi TilesThe Fallingwater Museum Store sells items by Motawi Tileworks, many of which are made in the tradition of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Learn more about the store’s collection of tiles here.

As you shop for the holidays, be sure to visit the Fallingwater Museum Store online at www.FallingwaterMuseumStore.org.


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