We are pleased to announce that on July 10 the UNESCO World Heritage Committee officially inscribed The 20th-Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, which includes Fallingwater and seven other Frank Lloyd Wright-designed sites, to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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WPC Appoints Mark Carmichael as its New
Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Pittsburgh, Pa. — July 17, 2019 – The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy recently named Mark Carmichael its vice president of...

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Fallingwater, Seven Other Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings
Now Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List

This Series of Wright-Designed Buildings Represents the First Modern Architecture Designation in the U.S. Pittsburgh, Pa. — July 10,...

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Long-time Conservancy Vice President and CFO Connie Eads Retires

Pittsburgh, Pa. – June 28, 2019 – After 11 years of service to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, Connie Eads, CPA, vice...

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August 2019
  • Fallingwater, Now a World Heritage Site
  • Visit Toms Run Nature Reserve
  • Help at West Branch French Creek
  • Mussel Surveys in Mahoning Creek
  • Garden Sponsors Needed
  • TreeVitalize Accepting Applications
  • Exclusive Fallingwater Textiles
  • August Desktop Calendar

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