Plus, Invasive Aquatic Species Webinar
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Visit the website of the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy
We are a member-based nonprofit dedicated to protecting and restoring the region’s waters, forests, natural areas and wildlife, planting community trees, gardens and greenspaces, and caring for Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater.
Happy New Year! And Thank You for Your Support
You’re making a BIG difference locally and regionally for conservation. We’re grateful for you, our generous donors, partners and volunteers, who supported nature in so many ways in 2022, and for supporting our work since 1932. You are nature's heroes right here in our corner of the world!

Please enjoy this video celebrating some the ways you helped nature thrive during the past 90 years. We look forward to the coming year, and to another 90 years of protecting and restoring our region's exceptional natural places for all to enjoy and preserving Fallingwater for the world to experience!

From all of us at the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, thank you and best wishes for a safe, healthy and happy 2023.
Give to Fallingwater and Triple Your Impact
We launched the “World Heritage Preserved: Forge the Future of Fallingwater” fundraising campaign to raise funds to repair Fallingwater’s major building systems.

A generous donor has pledged a 2:1 matching challenge grant, which, combined with others’ matching gifts, will push us over the $5.4 million goal. Any gift you give will have three times the impact. Every donation helps!
Visit Fallingwater in 2023
Do shorter days and colder nights inspire you to plan spring, summer and fall trips? Make reservations now for Fallingwater’s 2023 tour season, which begins March 11. Or, experience the winter beauty of Fallingwater’s exterior and its landscape and trails now on a Winter Walk.

Can’t visit? Your family will enjoy these at-home activities inspired by Fallingwater.

Learn About Invasive Aquatic Species in Jan. 25 Webinar
Join PA iMapInvasives for free webinars in a series on invasive plants and animals. On Jan. 25 at 10 a.m., EST, join staff from the PA Fish and Boat Commission for “Aquatic Invasive Critters: Non-native Fishes, Invertebrates and One Pesky Turtle."

on Feb. 15 at 10 a.m., EST, learn to identify plants that burn.
Can’t attend live? Register to get links to the recordings to watch later.

Read Conserve: Climate Change, 90 Years of Conservation
Explore our two latest issues of Conserve magazine.

Our summer/fall issue explores how climate change is affecting water, land and wildlife in our region and the work we are doing to address the issues. Our 90 Years of Conservation issue features a timeline complete with highlights and photos of the work you and many others supported over the past nine decades.

Download Winter Images for a Desktop or Virtual Background
Enjoy hiking, camping and snowshoeing on Bear Run Nature Reserve, which provides habitat for more than 500 species of plants, 53 species of birds and abundant wildlife from bobcat to bear.

The preserve is integral to biodiversity conservation in the Laurel Highlands and the mid-Appalachian region. And it’s the setting for Fallingwater, where Winter Walks are now available.

Fallingwater Museum Store
Protect yourself from winters’ wind and cold while looking cool and feeling comfy in our NEW 2023 Fallingwater Hoodie! The soft, cotton-blend fabric provides comfort without a tight-fitting feeling and guards heat across neck, torso and core. Featuring a bold graphic image of Fallingwater, the hoodie includes a front pouch pocket, thick woven drawcord with metal grommets, and rib-knit cuffs and waist.
Available in sizes from small to 2X-large.

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News from the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy for January 2023
Western Pennsylvania Conservancy
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Pittsburgh, PA 15222
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The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and 100% of your donation is tax-deductible as allowed by law.

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