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Important information for our members and the community about EC and its partner organizations.

Fall Trail Clean Up October 14th

Come help Evergreen Conservancy clean up our adopted section of the Hoodlebug Trail and adjoining Highway 119 areas on October 14th! Meet us at 9 am at the Homer City Ball Field. To get there take old Highway 119 South through Homer City (Main Street). Go past the high school, then take first right and […]



Check Out Our Program on Geocaching at the Northern Appalachian Folk Festival!

Evergreen Conservancy will be hosting a program on Geocaching at the consignment shop next to Fox’s Pizza on Saturday September 9th at 1:00 pm as part of the Northern Appalachian Folk Festival. Come join us to learn about geocaching and practice for our upcoming ecotour GeoTrail! Geocaching uses GPS coordinates to find treasures others have hidden […]

What’s Buggin’ Our Trees?

Evergreen Conservancy will be presenting its fall program “What’s Buggin’ Our Trees: challenges to our forest health” on Friday September 29th at 7pm in the Blue Spruce Lodge at Blue Spruce Park.  Come learn about how our forests are changing in response to invasive pests and how we can respond. The program will include an introduction […]



Annual picnic in the rain 2017

Our annual picnic broke the record for amount of rain during the event. About 6 board members showed up to get set up about an hour before the scheduled picnic. As it began to rain harder and harder we realized there was a good chance no one would show up and there was no real […]

Evergreen Conservancy: A Piece of Indiana

Diamond Drug recently highlighted the Evergreen Conservancy in their “Piece of Indiana” video series. Click on the post to view the video. You can watch the rest of the video series on the Diamond Drug Stores & Medical Supplies Facebook page to learn about other wonderful pieces of Indiana and Indiana County!

These ladies went "Into the Streets" to work at Tanoma.


Walk Among the Wildflowers

Join our own Cindy Rogers for a Walk Among the Wild­flowers! Saturday, May 6 10:30am at the Blacklick Valley Natural Area Cindy will lead a WalkWorks hike to see our favorite spring wildflowers – Mayapples, Jack in the Pulpit, spring beauties, trout, lilies, trillium and others as they display their beautiful spring blooms. Click here […]