Evergreen Conservancy

Award Winning Evergreen Conservancy!

 2013 Pennsylvania Environmental Council Award Winner


Upcoming Meetings   (Usually the first Thursday – every other month) Board meetings are open to the public.

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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See our new rain barrel and rain garden videos!

 Rain Gardens:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39v5YU9e8O0

Rain Barrels:




Handmade Presents For All!!

Come buy presents for yourself or your family and friends. Evergreen will have a table full of unique items for you to choose from: Ceramic Sale IUP Robertshaw building   Thursday-Saturday December 3, 4 and 5, 2015 9 am-6 pm   Unitarian Universalist Christmas Bazaar 285 Twolick Drive, Indiana, PA Saturday December 5, 2015 10 am-3 pm

Trompe goes on line at Tanoma

Our new Trompe system went on line this week at Tanoma. It still needs a little tweaking and they will be working on it for another week or so but it is an incredible feat of construction! Thanks to Tim Danehy and his crew for all their hard work. We hope to see major improvements […]



A New Visitor to Tanoma

Drive by Tanoma sometime between 6 pm and 9 pm and you might see a visitor to Tanoma. We are very excited to welcome her to Tanoma. She just arrived and will probably be around for a while. Our new visitor is thanks to Dan Boone who created her and she runs off of our […]


The Big Solar Energy Transition: Future for our Communities

5 November 2015, 7:00 PM IUP Weyandt Hall Room 32 Presentation by Dr. Jeffrey Brownson Energy and Mineral Engineering / Materials Science and Engineering The Pennsylvania State University The field of solar energy is transforming and maturing from a wave of growth in photovoltaics (technologies that convert solar light to electric power), toward a global […]

Construction at Tanoma

Construction on the Trompe system started earlier this month at the Tanoma AMD Wetlands site. BioMost workers began with the digging of a very large hole near the end of the wetlands. Then they installed the sections of pipes that will be crucial in the main function of the Trompe system. A Trompe is an ancient and passive system […]