Due to Covid-19, the Tinicum Conservancy's offices are closed until further notice, but we're always available to answer your questions and concerns via phone or email. In the meantime, we're wishing health and safety to all our friends and neighbors during this difficult time.





The Aark Wildlife Center in Chalfont, Bucks County, describes the dangers glue traps can pose to animals. You can visit their website here.


To learn how to keep our wildlife safe, please visit the PennState Extension's Website. They have some helpful advice on the dangers of "bycatch" and how to avoid it here.




 ANIMAL SAFETY ALERT! The growing popularity of glue traps for Spotted Lantern Flies is a terrible threat to animal safety. Read how to use the traps safely.













You can read all about the Land Trust Association and the Conservancy's accreditation in the Winter 2020 Issue of COMMON GROUND.






LTA ACCREDITATION! The Conservancy Receives Professional Accreditation for the Third Time






Learn all about the dangers of this invasive pest, its biology and life cycle, and find out how you can help prevent its spread.


Presentation by Horticultural Extension Educator Emelie Swakckhamer with the Penn State Extension


To sign up email kbudd3030@gmail.com or call 610-294-9069


When you register, we will provide you with information and a link to join our virtual Zoom meeting.





 FREE! Virtual Seminar:The Spotted Lantern FlyApril 22nd - 7PM













Click HERE to open a PDF file of our latest issue of COMMON GROUND, the quarterly newsletter from The Tinicum Conservancy.






 THE FALL/WINTER 2020NEWSLETTER Read the latest issue of COMMON GROUND, our quarterly newsletter














In April 2019, the Conservancy helped Bridgeton Township acquire and protect this stunning 117-acre quarry property on the Delaware River. Click here to read all about this important new project!






 DELAWARE RIVER PROPERTY SAVED Learn more about this exciting new project!









Recently, executive director Jim Engel decided  he wanted to communicate the importance of the Tinicum Creek from a different perspective. Local resident and drone owner Bruce Wallace offered his expertise and time to help realize this vision.







 HAWK'S EYE VIEW A different perspective on one of Tinicum's most precious waterways, the Tinicum Creek


             Did you know that our work extends well beyond the borders of Tinicum? Click HERE to learn more about our ongoing conservation efforts in neighboring townships.  



 OUR EXPANDING IMPACT How the Conservancy is working withour neighboring communities. 





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