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MEDIA ADVISORY: PA American Water, Grow Pittsburgh and WPC Plant Fruit Trees in Mt. Oliver, Pa., Garden

MEDIA ADVISORY – PHOTO OPPORTUNITY Pennsylvania American Water, Grow Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania Conservancy Plant Fruit Trees in Mt. Oliver, Pa., Garden WHAT: Pennsylvania American Water, Grow Pittsburgh and a group of neighbors, together with the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy,...

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MEDIA ADVISORY: Laurel Foundation and WPC Hang Hundreds of Baskets in Downtown Pittsburgh

MEDIA ADVISORY – PHOTO OPPORTUNITY Laurel Foundation and Western Pennsylvania Conservancy Hang Hundreds of Baskets in Downtown Pittsburgh WHAT: Funded by Laurel Foundation, the Conservancy will hang more than 400 flower baskets along the streets and bridges in the...

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MEDIA ADVISORY: Conservancy Hosts Bulb Giveaway at 10th Annual Market Square Farmers Market

MEDIA ADVISORY – PHOTO OPPORTUNITY WHAT: The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy will recycle thousands of tulip and daffodil bulbs through a giveaway at the season opener of the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership’s Farmers Market. WHEN: Thursday, May 15,10 a.m. WHERE: Market...

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Conservancy Protects Land Along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River

North Bend, Pa. – April 28 – Hundreds of acres in Clinton County are open to hiking, hunting, fishing and other recreational activities now that the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy has permanently protected a property along the West Branch of...

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WPC Wraps Up Massive Tree Planting Effort

Indiana, Pa. – April 24 – The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy is completing an undertaking that resulted in the planting of thousands of trees and shrubs along some of the region’s streams and creeks. WPC’s Watershed Conservation Program celebrated the...

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MEDIA ADVISORY: Photo Opportunity

MEDIA ADVISORY: Western Pennsylvania Conservancy Continues Erie Greening Effort WHAT: The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy and dozens of students from Gannon University will plant more than 50 trees around Downtown Erie as WPC continues its tree-planting effort in the city....

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Fallingwater Accepts Applications for Summer Residency Programs

Mill Run, Pa. – April 9 – Fallingwater, Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural masterwork, is accepting applications from high school students and K-12 educators for its one-week summer residency programs. The programs offer two sessions at different skill levels for...

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Conservancy Protects Land to Expand Wildlife Reserve

Erie, Pa. – March 17 – The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy has permanently protected 54 acres adjacent to a major protected area; the land will be added to a State Game Land, the Conservancy announced today. WPC acquired the property...

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Fallingwater Invites Volunteers to Apply for 2014 Season

Mill Run, Pa. – Feb. 27 – Fallingwater is now accepting applications for volunteer positions at the Frank Lloyd Wright masterwork in Pennsylvania’s scenic Laurel Highlands. Volunteers at Fallingwater can expect to interact with visitors from all over the...

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WPC Protects Land on French Creek

Waterford, Pa. – Feb. 26 – French Creek winds its way through a 60-acre property, which in turn provides a forested buffer for the biologically diverse stream. And now this land will be permanently protected through a purchase by...

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Carmen Bray
Director of Communications
800 Waterfront Dr.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

412-586-2358
cbray@paconserve.org