Upcoming 2018 Programs

 *March 18 (1:00 – 4:00pm) – Vine & Invasive Cleanup at Harford Park (Sunday). Come prepared with gloves and pruners. Long sleeve shirts and long pants recommended. Dress for the weather.

*March 28 (7:00pm) – Conservation Film Series ‘Jago: A Life Underwater’ at Jenkins Arboretum (Wednesday). Free and open to public.

Jago a Life Underwater

*April 14 (9:00am – noon) – Darby Creek Valley Association CLEANUP  at Skunk Hollow (Saturday). Long sleeve shirts and long pants and boots recommended. Dress for the weather. Pull into the Skunk Hollow Park, located on Darby-Paoli Road between Newtown and Sawmill Roads, ½ mile east of the Willows

Click here for more upcoming events 

Support Radnor Conservancy

Your support will help the Radnor Conservancy accomplish its goals. Here is just a small sampling of what we do:

  • Advocate at the township level for the improvement and strengthening of our environmental conservation & shade tree ordinances.
  • Help support community-based groups with park improvements & trail maintenance.
  • Our Big Tree Program works to plant and protect shade trees in Radnor – and expects to have well over 450 trees in the ground by year’s end.
  • Fund environmentally-based educational programs for multi-generational audiences throughout the year, covering a variety of environmental issues (Partnering with Chanticleer Garden, Wayne Art Center, Radnor Memorial Library, Audubon PA).
  • We are part of a larger coalition working on the expansion of the Radnor Trail and promoting other trail enhancement & expansion projects.
  • Supported Radnor Township’s purchase of 71 acres of crucial scenic & environmentally sensitive portions of the “Ardrossan” estate.

Our donation/membership categories:

Single – $50
Family – $100
Conservationist – $250
Steward – $500 or more

For more information, please contact us.

2 Responses to Home

  1. Hi there, Great tips by the way and thank you.

    I did have a question though. I’m hoping you can answer it for me since you seem to
    be pretty knowledgeable about gardening. What kind of soil should I put in my raised garden beds?

    If you had some insight I would greatly appreciate it.

  2. admin says:

    Compost, organic matter – not top soil

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