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Press Releases


  • Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art Earns Continued National Recognition (February 2014)


  • 24,000 Trees And Growing: The Brandywine Conservancy To Plant 2,800 Trees This October (October 2013)

  • Expiring Tax Incentive Could Have Chilling Effect on Conservation (August 2013)

  • Brandywine Conservancy Receives Grant from Dupont Clear into the Future to Protect the Water in the Brandywine at its Source (July 2013)


  • Brandywine Conservancy And Community Volunteers Plant Trees to Help keep the Brandywine Watershed Healthy (October 2012)

  • Brandywine Conservancy Helps to Remove Outdated Dams from the Brandywine (July 2012)

  • Brandywine Conservancy And Coatesville Residents To Celebrate Earth Day By Planting Trees (April 2012)

  • Conservation Tax Incentive Introduced by Congressman Jim Gerlach and Championed by the Brandywine Conservancy is Supported by Majorities of Both Parties in House (February 2012)

  • Catalyst for Conservation Book Chronicles Brandywine Conservancy's Successful Work to Conserve King Ranch Property (January 2012)


  • Virginia Logan Named Executive Director of the Brandywine Conservancy (November 2011)

  • Brandywine Conservancy Receives $93,000 Grant from National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (October 2011)

  • Brandywine Conservancy To Plant 5,000 Trees To Help Keep The Brandywine Watershed Healthy (October 2011)

  • Conservation Easement Incentive is Berry Productive (June 2011)

  • Brandywine Conservancy Receives Grant From DuPont Clear into the Future to Support Reforestation in the Brandywine Watershed (June 2011)

  • Local School Students Release Shad Fry into Delaware and Pennsylvania Watersheds for the "Shad in Schools" Program (May 2011)

  • Community Volunteers Plant Trees in Coatesville to Help Keep the Brandywine Watershed Healthy (April 2011)

  • Residents invited to learn about The Brandywine-Struble Greenway (April 2011)

  • Congressman Joe Pitts Honored for Championing Incentive that Helps Family Farmers Conserve their Land (February 2011)


  • Brandywine Conservancy Receives Grant From PECO for Reforestation in the Brandywine Watershed (June 2010)

  • Shad in the Schools Program Releases Shad Fry into Brandywine River in Delaware and Pennsylvania (May 2010)

  • Volunteers From Astrazeneca Plant 1,400 Trees In The Laurels Preserve To Help Keep The Brandywine Watershed Healthy (March 2010)

  • Brandywine Conservancy Wins Project Habitat Award for Invasive Weed Program (March 2010)

  • Brandywine Conservancy Files Appeal in Federal Court Seeking Reversal of Decision on Pipeline Project (February 2010)


  • Brandywine Conservancy, Londonderry Township and Chester County Preserve 117-acre Farm (December 2009)

  • Brandywine Conservancy and Stroud Water Research Center Plant 1200 Trees as Part of New Reforestation Campaign (October 2009)

  • Brandywine Conservancy Celebrates 25th Anniversary of King Ranch Conservation Easement (October 2009)

  • Brandywine Conservancy Partners with East and West Brandywine Townships for Conservation Easements (March 2009)


  • Brandywine Conservancy Presents Award to Senator Thomas Carper Recognizing His Leadership in Supporting Tax Incentives for Conservation Easements (November 2008)

  • Brandywine Conservancy Presents Award to Congressman Joe Pitts Recognizing His Leadership In Supporting Tax Incentives For Conseration Easements (October 2008)

  • Brandywine Conservancy Earns Accreditation From The Land Trust Accreditation Commission (September 2008)


  • Suburban Sprawl Threatens to Destroy a Major Landmark in American History (March 2007, #001)
  • Brandywine Conservancy Surpasses 40,000 Acres in Protected Land (March 2007, #003)
  • Bringing Back the Shad (April 2007, #006)
  • Suburban Sprawl Threatens to Destroy a Major Landmark in American History (April 2007, #007)
  • Protection of Brandywine Battlefield Goes Cross Country (April 2007, #008)
  • An Important Landmark in American History is Protected by the Brandywine Conservancy (June 2007, #010)
  • The Brandywine Conservancy Celebrates Its 40th Anniversary (August 2007, #011)
  • Brandywine Conservancy Participating in Land Trust Accreditation Program (September 2007, #012)
  • Protected Land in Central Chester County Named "Important Bird Area" (November 2007, #015)


  • Brandywine Conservancy releases findings on threats to farmland and watersheds in the Route 41 Corridor (January 2006, #001)
  • Brandywine Conservancy Approaches 40,000 Acres in Protected Land (March 2006, #003)


  • Brandywine Conservancy Publishes Manual on Transfer of Development Rights (January 2004, #001)


  • Coalition Stops Cornog Quarry Project (August 2003, #006)
  • Brandywine Conservancy Tops 38,000 Acres in Permanently Protected Land (March 2003, #002)


  • Brandywine Conservancy Launches Major Project Focusing on Route 41 Corridor (6/2002, #002)


  • Brandywine Battlefield Preserved (3/01, #023)

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