Countryside Conservancy is thrilled to introduce the White Rock Farm Preserve, the Conservancy’s newest and—at 107 acres—largest preserve to date. Located in Dimock Township, it’s also the Conservancy’s first preserve in Susquehanna County. The Conservancy owns and manages an additional 510 acres in Lackawanna and Wyoming counties, the majority of which is open to the public for passive recreational use. 920 acres are also protected by the Conservancy in all three counties via conservation easements.
Additional details about the White Rock Farm Preserve and updates on Phase 3 of the Trolley Trail construction project in La Plume will be shared at the Conservancy’s Annual Meeting and Stewardship Award Ceremony on May 1s at 7:00pm in Evans Hall, Keystone College.
The event is free and coffee, wine, and desserts will be provided. All are encouraged to attend and show their support.