Our free webinars provide opportunities for everyone — anytime, anywhere — to learn more about the people, projects and programs that help protect and restore Western Pennsylvania's water, land and wildlife. Through these webinars, you’ll hear from our expert staff, glean a better understanding of how our work improves local communities and learn how you can get involved in local conservation efforts.
November 14, 2023
Join WPC Vice President of Land Conservation Shaun Fenlon to learn how WPC identifies land for protection and works with key partners to preserve land for public benefit.
June 27, 2023
Join WPC Community Greening Horticultural Coordinator Lori Kofalt and PNHP Invertebrate Zoologist Betsy Leppo for a fascinating discussion about Pennsylvania’s pollinating insects and their habitats, from urban gardens to wild lands, and how you can help support them!
April 18, 2023
Join WPC watershed manager Kylie Maland and land stewardship coordinator Tyson Johnston to learn how we have been helping to keep this important ecosystem thriving.
November 16, 2022
Join Conservancy Education Coordinator Danielle Forchette and Fallingwater Curator of Education Ashley Andrykovitch for an informative discussion about our youth education programs and partnerships.
September 30, 2022
Join us for an engaging discussion about the tree species best used to help manage stormwater runoff and reduce flooding and stream pollution in urban and rural settings.
August 10, 2022
Discover the vast variety of plants and animals found in the French Creek watershed. You’ll learn how we work to conserve land along its tributaries, improve water quality, control invasive species.
May 5, 2022
Join WPC President and CEO Tom Saunders and staff to learn about the special projects and ongoing work that the Conservancy undertook in 2021 with your support.
April 22, 2022
Join us for an Earth Day webinar about the importance of freshwater mussels and learn about some of the projects we’re working on to protect mussel populations and improve water quality.
The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy's
The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy protects and restores exceptional places to provide our region with clean waters and healthy forests, wildlife and natural areas for the benefit of present and future generations. The Conservancy creates green spaces and gardens, contributing to the vitality of our cities and towns, and preserves Fallingwater, a symbol of people living in harmony with nature.