French and Pickering Conservation Legacy Fund


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Mission Statement

French and Pickering Creeks Conservation Trust is a community-based organization that preserves and protects endangered land and natural resources in northern Chester County for future generations. The Trust works collaboratively with individual landowners, other conservation organizations, and local, county and state governments to ensure the preservation of the French and Pickering Creeks watersheds, which flow through some of the most scenic lands in Pennsylvania. Founded by Sam and Eleanor Morris in 1967.

 

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 * Permanently protected more than 10,500 acres of agricultural,

natural, and park lands through land acquisition as well as

donated and purchased conservation easements and

public/private partnerships

 * Created greenways and trails along the French and Pickering Creeks and their tributaries

 * Continued to monitor and advocate good stewardship of all lands protected by Trust easements

* Protected many historic resources and landscapes and placed more than 60 sites and districts on the

National Register of Historic Places

More Information…
For more information about the Trust or to discuss making a planned estate gift,
please visit French and Pickering Conservation Trust
or contact Executive Director, Andy Pitz at 610-933-7577

 



Donate

Your gift to the Trust’s Endowment Fund at the Chester County Community Foundation
will help ensure the continued protection of our irreplaceable
open space and natural resources in northern Chester County. Contributors to the fund will be recognized as
members of the French and Pickering Legacy Society.

Contributions to the French and Pickering Conservation Legacy Fund
can be sent to:

French and Pickering Conservation Legacy Fund c/o CCCF
28 W. Market Street
West Chester, PA 19382

or