Western Pennsylvania Conservancy

Environment
3:13 pm
Thu March 14, 2013

Western Pennsylvania Conservancy Raises Funds to Protect State’s Beauty

Volunteers from Phillips Elementary in Pittsburgh work in the WPC garden at Carson St and Sarah St on the South Side.
Credit Western Pennsylvania Conservancy

The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy (WPC) has protected 230,000 acres of state land in its 71-year history. With the announcement of its first comprehensive fundraising campaign, the WPC seeks to safeguard even more of the state’s beauty. The WPC seeks to raise $40 million.

Though WPC may be best known for its management of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, a National Historic Landmark, they seek to conserve water, land and life in diverse environments throughout the region, said Tom Saunders, WPC President and CEO.

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