Who We Are
Members from all walks of life have joined together to help preserve 324 acres of pristine property in beautiful Beaver Valley currently belonging to Woodlawn Trustees. Proposed are 3 large residential developments (400+ houses) and an 180,000 square foot commercial (big box) building.
Located in Concord Township, PA west of US Route 202, this area has been carefully protected by Woodlawn Trustees as a wildlife refuge for, in some cases, 50 years ormore. The open space supports a host of wildlife including bald eagles, owls, hawks, fox, deer, raccoons, skunks, turtles, birds and more, even including one world wide endangered and protected species.
We seek to protect and preserve the natural beauty, wildlife and open space in Beaver Valley for the enjoyment of people in Concord Township and surrounding communities now and for generations to come. To educate the public on development plans through publications, online communications and word of mouth.
We are a member of the Delaware Community Foundation, a 501c(3) non-profit organization. The DCF manages charitable funds for individuals, families, businesses and organizations, and distributes income from the funds as grants to humanitarian, educational, health and cultural entities throughout the First State.
Beaver Valley Conservancy now offers walking tours of the Woodlawn land in Concord Township that is proposed for development. Contact us, if you are interested.
Click here to SIGN OUR PETITION - To the Board of Supervisors telling them we are against the development on the 325 acres in Concord Twp, PA.