Join the Lancaster Conservancy at LUCA as we celebrate the ExtraGive and save nature! Together, we can protect the beautiful woods and water that make our community such a wonderful place to live and explore.
November 17, 2023
Save Woods & Water
DURING THE EXTRAORDINARY GIVE
Save Woods & Water Party
LUCA at 436 W. James Street, Lancaster, PA
Friday, November 17 from 5:00 – 9:00 PM
Stop by anytime between 5:00 and 9:00 p.m. to sip, savor, and save nature as we celebrate the ExtraGive.
Enjoy LUCA’s award winning food and a fantastic drink on us while DJ Image spins tunes! We’ll have a giving room set up to help you make your ExtraGive donations.RSVP
Photos on this page are courtesy of Michelle Johnsen Photography.
Over 10,000 Acres of Woods & Water Protected, Forever
Thanks to generations of conservationists like you protecting the land we love, the Conservancy has protected over 10,000 acres of woods and water, forever. From the Conservancy’s first efforts to “Save the Rock” (Chickies Rock, that is) over 50 years ago to our newly opened preserves along the Susquehanna River, and each of our almost 50 nature preserves in between, these protected acres represent what makes our home so special.
Make Your Gift Go the EXTRA Mile!
Over $140,000 in offline gifts and matches will help double your impact when you donate during the ExtraGive. There is no better time to give than Friday, November 17!
Offline gifts and match generously provided by our Annual Sponsors as well as:
Frederick & Heike Bloom
Thomas A. & Pamela E. Hall
Brooke Minnich & Peter Parsil
Eric & Deana Nordstrom
Pine Tree Conservation Society
Lenny Walton & Linda Gort
Learn more about the Conservancy’s efforts to restore our natural lands!
Lancaster Conservancy has protected over 10,000 acres of natural land in its 54-year history, but our mission does not stop there.
Our woodlands, meadows, and wetlands are increasingly fragmented by development and face threats from invasive species and a rapidly changing climate. These man-made pressures are destroying the ecosystems that we as humans are inextricably linked to. We have a responsibility to not just protect these places, but to restore them into thriving habitats that support life – including our own.
Discover how the Conservancy is taking action to steward the land we care for and the many folks who are lending a hand along the way.