Arbor Day Flyer 2018

PLEASE PICK UP YOUR TREES THIS WEEKEND for those who have registered Saturday, April 28th (10-noon) and Sunday 10-11am). All trees have been allocated – thank you for your overwhelming interest and keep an eye out in August and mid-March for additional signups.


Upcoming 2018 Programs

Register NOW *May 3, 2018 (5:30pm7:30pm) Native Spring Ephemerals 
with Przemyslaw Walczak, Chanticleer Horticulturist $35 pp

Spring ephemerals are an important part of the forests in Delaware County. These unique wildflowers have a short aboveground presence: they bloom, set seed, and die back before the trees overhead block the sunlight with their leaves. This class will convey the important role that spring ephemerals play in a healthy ecosystem, while highlighting their beauty. While walking through Chanticleer, participants will also learn about how to grow spring ephemerals.

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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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