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Protect Against Lyme Disease

By Alan S. Peterson, MD Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and is often transmitted through the bite of an infected blacklegged tick, also known as a deer tick. It is the most common tick-borne disease in

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Phil’s thoughts on recent events in Harrisburg

Our state budget, passed in June and not funded by the Legislature, has caused severe heart palpitations for the Lancaster County Conservancy, local municipal governments, Lancaster Farmland Trust and other local organizations. The House Republican proposal, introduced earlier this week,

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Legislation Threatens Your Conservancy’s Ability to Save Nature!

The following is a letter from one of our partners, Pennsylvania Land Trust Association. A group of House Republicans have proposed taking “unused” account balances from the the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund, the Environmental Stewardship Fund (Growing Greener), and farmland 

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Native Plant Conference – Special discount for LCC Staff, Members and Facebook Followers

Check out the event and if you’re interested, register with the coupon code: LANC2017. Here are a few highlights… Speaker line-up includes:  Dr. Chuck Cannon (The Morton Arboretum), Heather Holm, Rebecca McMackin (Brooklyn Bridge Park), Andrew Moore, William Powell (SUNY),

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Fall at Trout Run

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Climbers Run – Stream and Habitat Restoration Project – Nov 2015

 Climbers Run Stream and Habitat Restoration Project Part 1  Part 2

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Meet Lancaster County Conservancy’s New CEO, Philip R. Wenger

  We want to share the exciting news that Philip R. Wenger, a local business owner and community leader, will become the Lancaster County Conservancy’s next Chief Executive Officer effective December 1, 2015.  Phil retired from active leadership at Isaac’s

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Outdoor Survival Quest

Outdoor Survival Quest  Do you enjoy spending time exploring and camping?  Want to learn how to be more comfortable and confident in the woods?  Join the Conservancy and other 4th through 6th graders for an exciting day to begin mastering your survival

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