Radnor Conservancy is thinking of you, your family, and local businesses in these uncertain times. We know this is a time of heightened stress for families and businesses alike. We encourage you to take some comfort in your natural surroundings and embrace the beauty of the outdoors. Incorporating simple activities into your daily routine such as taking a walk, tending to your yard. Simply feeling the sun on your face and listening to the sounds of nature will help restore some sense of peace and normality to our daily lives.  

While we are planning to hold our Free Tree Giveaway in late April, we will make the final determination (of when) based on guidance from our State & Local officials closer to the date. We will be sure to share our updates as we receive them.

In the meantime, please DO signup for your free trees at this link, https://forms.gle/rACtoZ87x4LV8Gm88. This event is a great way to make Radnor Township’s tree canopy greener, creating a healthier environment for generations to come. 

In times like these it is important we all stay connected to friends, family, and our community. You can do so by following us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/radnor_conservancy/ or on Facebook at this link: https://www.facebook.com/radnorconservancy/

Our warmest wishes on this first day of spring,

Gretchen Groebel, Executive Director and Radnor Conservancy Board of Directors

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 street trees and protect shade trees in Radnor.
  • Fund environmentally-based educational programs for multi-generational audiences throughout the year, covering a variety of environmental issues (Partnering with Chanticleer Garden, Main Line School Night, Jenkins Arboretum, 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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