Conserving Our Future

Working on many fronts
Through consultations, workshops and publications, the Conservancy provides information on many facets of land conservation and economic development. Our expertise encompasses such diverse concerns as protecting water quality and quantity, saving open space, preserving historic properties and creating municipal ordinances that support conservation.

Superior skills and experience
The Conservancy is a team of highly skilled professionals with the necessary credentials and commitment to offer solutions for a wide range of land use problems. Our sophisticated and innovative solutions are critical to successful land-use planning in our rapidly developing region.

Comprehensive analysis and planning
Whether the focus is a single property, a municipality, or an entire watershed, the Conservancy's specialists examine all aspects of the character, function and value of the land. After considering all available options, we recommend the most appropriate action.

Balanced approaches
To provide lasting value and a successful land conservation outcome, we balance the objectives of all parties. We listen carefully to landowners, community groups and other stewards of the land. We understand and integrate the concerns of residents, developers and others involved in critical conservation issues.

Respected and proven success
Since 1967, the Conservancy has earned the trust and respect of many people throughout our region and beyond. We are steadfastly committed to ensuring the successful integration of conservation and development. Through partnerships with other committed institutions and individuals, we can save our valued landscape and resources for many generations to come.

For more information send email to emc@brandywine.org, call 610-388-2700,
or write to Brandywine Conservancy, P.O. Box 141, Chadds Ford, PA 19317

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