Western Pennsylvania Conservancy

Western Pennsylvania Conservancy

Conserving Land

The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy works to ensure that our scenic lands will be conserved for future generations. Through direct purchase, lease agreements and conservation agreements with private landowners, WPC has identified lands and waters that, if protected, will have permanent ecological and recreational value.

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Ligonier Township farmland – 179 acres

Slippery Rock and Worth Townships, Butler County — 26 acres

West Branch French Creek — 37 acres

Black Township, Somerset County — 55 acres

Donegal Township, Westmoreland County — 60 acres

Gamble Township, Lycoming County — 149 acres

Jacks Mountain, Mifflin County — 195 acres

West Branch and main stem of French Creek— 143 acres

Donegal Township, Westmoreland County — 78 acres

Clearfield County — 2,400 acres