Summer Waters – 2023

A warm skyline

In addition to stewardship of local lands, the Edward L Rose Land Conservancy understands the importance of protecting natural water bodies, lakes, rivers, and streams.  Water is Life.  This video captures Summer water scenes which are simple yet beautiful, meaningful and important.  

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Edward L Rose Land Conservancy Annual Meeting July 29, 2023

Annual Members Meeting Saturday, July 29, 2023 at 9:00 a.m. Member invitation to Annual Meeting , Please join us via Zoom for the Annual Members Meeting of the Edward L Rose Conservancy. You can participate through the web with audio and video, or simply call into the meeting for audio only. The agenda for the…

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Rapid Riparian Reforestation Event July 1, 2023

Event announcement:    Silver Lake Watershed Native Tree plantings – Part 3R Description:  3R Event to plant native trees :  Rapid  Riparian Reforestation                       Goal :  Plant 60 native trees in 60 minutes Location:  Off Quinn Road, Stream shoreline at the North end of Silver…

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June 2023 Wildlife Video

An animal in a forest

The Edward L Rose Conservancy provides stewardship to land and wildlife in NE Pennsylvania. This video brings a view into the quiet, wild behaviors of local wildlife. In the twenty years we have been producing wildlife videos of NEPA, this is the first good siting of a Bobcat in the Highpoint preserve.   Hope you…

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Fall Conservancy Currents Newsletter

Aerial view of a forest

2022 has been a very active year for the Conservancy in terms of projects and preserving natural places. Read the newsletter to get up-to-date on stewardship and land protection.   Click to access Fall-2022-E.L.-Rose-Conservancy-Newsletter.pdf

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Edward L Rose Land Conservancy Partners with Waterman Conservation Education Center to Protect Susquehanna River

An aerial map

Local Land Trust Partners with Waterman Conservation Education Center to Protect Susquehanna River Thanks to a partnership between the Edward L. Rose Land Conservancy, Waterman Conservation Education Center, and the New York Department of Environmental Conservation, over 53 acres of riparian buffers have been protected in the Susquehanna River Watershed. This project will help protect…

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