Manada Conservancy

Vision: Manada Conservancy envisions a community in which preserved land is abundant and conservation is widely practiced for the benefit of all.

Mission: Manada Conservancy is a land trust dedicated to preserving the natural, historic, agricultural and scenic resources of Dauphin County through land conservation, environmental education, and community engagement.

The Conservancy formed in 1997 because our founding members were concerned about loss of farmland and wildlife habitat in our region. The Conservancy’s name was chosen because the Manada Creek watershed is central to our original focus area of southern Dauphin County. The name also represents the Native American history of the area and the connection of water and land to all living things. Manada Conservancy works with landowners who voluntarily wish to preserve their land and its natural resources for the future. Manada Conservancy’s preservation service area now includes all of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, with nearly 2500 acres preserved to date. Our free education programs are popular and varied and draw from a multi-county area.

Contact Information

113 East Main Street, P.O. Box 25
Hummelstown, PA 17036


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Areas of Expertise

  • Environment
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