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January 2011

WPC's 2010 Year-end Land Conservation Activities

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The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy conserved three important properties within the last month. Three separate projects included properties from across Western Pennsylvania, with each individual acquisition consisting of over 100 acres. In total, WPC permanently protected 363 acres in December of 2010. The links below connect to the news releases with more information about the important differences each of these make.

Laurel Hill Creek
137 acres purchased in Jefferson Township, Somerset County

Lake Erie Shoreline
113 acres purchased in Springfield Township, Erie County

Tussey Mountain
113-acre donated conservation easement, Bedford County

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