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The public is invited to hear Jeff Marshall, Vice President of Resource Protection at Heritage Conservancy in Doylestown. He is active in the preservation and conservation of both historical and land properties throughout Bucks County. Mr. Marshall will be talking about the continuing efforts of the Heritage Conservancy to protect the County from complete loss of all that has made our area so unique. The Heritage Conservancy is renowned for its efforts to preserve land and protect our region's vital natural resources,

The public is invited to what promises to be a fascinating look behind the scenes of local preservation efforts.

Location: Village Library of Wrightstown

Time 7:00 pm September 15 2010

Street: 727 Penn's Park Road

City/State/Zip: Wrightstown, PA 18940

Phone: 267-362-5235

 

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