Evergreen Conservancy

Award Winning Evergreen Conservancy!

 2013 Pennsylvania Environmental Council Award Winner


Board Meeting –March 5th , 2015  at 7:00 PM.   (Usually the first Thursday – every other month) Board meetings are open to the public.

Committee Meetings

  • Finance / Fundraising  – April  7th  8:00 PM.
  • PR –  April 7th at 7:00 PM.

All meetings are held at 1005 Oak Street, Indiana, PA – second floor (unless otherwise noted)


Come on out and Visit our Tanoma AMD Wetlands. Take a walk on our self guided ADA wetlands path. Learn about how a passive treatment system can clean 23 tons of iron out of Crooked Creek a year and enjoy the outdoors. Test your knowledge of plants and trees at the site. Stroll along our story book walk. Contact us if you want to schedule an environmental education program. See more about Tanoma and get directions.

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Save The Date! Salamanders!

Love Salamanders? Want to know more about them? Join us March 27th at the Blue Spruce Park where Ed Patterson will give a presentation on Indiana County Salamanders. Evergreen Conservancy will sponsor a presentation on Indiana County Salamanders by Indiana County Parks and Trails director Ed Patterson at Blue Spruce Lodge on Friday March 27th […]


11th Annual Holiday Baazar, Cafe, and Bake Sale

The First Unitarian Universalist Church is holding a holiday Bazaar at 285 Twolick Drive, Indiana on Saturday, December 6th, from 10am to 3pm.  There will be all sorts of great items to choose from, including soup,waffles, jewelry, knitted items, cookbooks, and baked goods, just to name a few. Remember to visit the Evergreen Conservancy’s table while […]


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New Home for the Tanoma Windmill!

Recently we moved the windmill at Tanoma wetlands to be closer to the main path.  It now sits on a platform that was built and stained by our great volunteers.  The windmill is up and running now and working better than ever in it’s new home! Thank you to everyone who helped make this happen!

Rain Garden Program

What is a rain garden? What are they used for? Where can I see one in Indiana County?  Saturday November 15th, 2014  We all learned the answer to these questions at our Fall Program, “Planting Rain Gardens.” Barbara        Hauge, Landscape Architect of InHouse Architects, presented information about how rain gardens can be […]

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