Allegheny Land Trust
is a non-profit organization that works to protect lands of natural
value in and adjacent to Allegheny County. The Trust also supports
preservation and enhancement of the regions trail opportunities, scenic
vistas, and historic sites where they coincide with natural lands.
Named after a 200-year-old white oak tree in Moon
Township, Pennsylvania, the Hollow Oak Land Trust
(HOLT) acquires land for conservation and works to educate the public
about the benefits of land conservation.
Since 1984, Mt. Lebanon Nature Conservancy
has worked to promote the enhancement and careful use of Mt.
Lebanon’s green space and to foster an appreciation and
respect for the environment.
The Scott Conservancy
is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the active pursuit of the
appropriate use, preservation, and development of both the natural and
Fayette Conservation Group has been formed to
ensure the conservation, protection and enhancement of the township's
natural and recreational resources.
Conservancy's mission is to enrich the human
relationship with the natural world by saving the places we care about.
Home Advisor Green Living Resource Center
This is a useful website with suggestions about conservation, recyling,
and answers to a host of questions you might have. The section on
Home Science: Backyard conservation is worth checking out.
The Montour Trail
is a multi-use, non-motorized, recreational rail-trail near Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, that will ultimately extend 47 miles from Coraopolis to
Clairton. The Montour Trail Council (MTC), a non-profit all-volunteer
group, builds, operates, and maintains the trail.
The mission of the Three
Rivers Birding Club is to gather in
friendship, to enjoy the wonders of nature and to share a passion for
(formerly Western Pennsylvania Field Institute) wants to help you find
adventure in your own backyard. This non-profit organization was
created to gather all the exciting things going on in the region and
put them into one central web site. Check it out!
Greener Program will invest nearly $650
million over the next five years to preserve farmland and protect open
space; eliminate the maintenance backlog in State Parks; clean up
abandoned mines and restore watersheds; and provide new and upgraded
water and sewer systems.
St. Clair Township
St. Clair Township Library