Wildlands Conservancy

We are the Lehigh Valley’s nonprofit land trust. We’ve been creating lasting connections to nature since 1973 through land protection, environmental stewardship and education.

Wildlands Conservancy owns and manages 14 nature preserves. All of them are different- because people experience nature differently. Some of our preserves are readily accessible, with parking, trails and restrooms, while others are more rugged, accessible only by watercraft, or by appointment only.

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3701 Orchid Pl
Emmaus, Pennsylvania 18049

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