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:



Blacklick Valley Trout Release

Evergreen Conservancy had a fun day with students from Blacklick Valley who were releasing brook trout into Stewart’s Run on State Game Lands 79 near Nanty Glo on April 27th. The weather was good and the kids eagerly participated in the activities. As they rotated through the different stations, ours was a watershed program where […]

Lots of Learning in April!

Our wonderful volunteers at Evergreen Conservancy have been busy this month conducting environmental education programs, and the fun continues this week! We will be out doing all day programs today, tomorrow and at our Tanoma site on Saturday, when we’ll help a group of girl scouts working on their Wonders of Water Journey.


Spring Tick Program a Great Success!

The 2016 spring program Evergreen offered on ticks had the biggest crowd we’ve ever had, at over 100 people. Ticks are a topic so many people are interested in. Dr.’s Tom and Anne Simmons, along with IUP students, gave a very interesting presentation with a lot of good information. Using a good tick repellent, wearing light […]

Friends Potluck Dinner & Journey to Kyrgyzstan

Join Friends of the Parks for their annual Potluck Dinner and then a tour of landlocked Kyrgyzstan, a beautiful, mountainous country with a unique history as the crossroads of ancient commercial and cultural Indiana routes. Inhabited by a succession of independent tribes and clans, Kyrgyzstan has periodically come under foreign domination and only attained sovereignty in […]

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