In conjunction with our Linking Landscapes Initiative, the Conservancy is promoting 2015 as the Year of the Backyard, and creating a calendar of events, field trips, and workshops relating to the world of our home habitat. We will be partnering with other local organizations and businesses to create opportunities to educate, cooperate, and make available the tools and resources for anyone who wishes to learn about using gardening and landscaping to create habitat for wildlife. Every backyard, town park, school, church, and office landscape has the potential to grow food and shelter for butterflies, bees, songbirds, and the wider variety of insects that serve as the foundation of the food chain for many other animals. The Year of the Backyard will be an opportunity to reach out to folks in the many communities in our service area.

News & Upcoming Events

Linn Conservancy Highlighted in the 2014 Fall Edition of ‘Susquehanna Life Magazine’

Reaching Out to the Planet Story and photographs by Bill Rozday A wild turkey ascended the forest canopy, leaving me to wonder at the odd timing of…

Twenty-five Hikers Treck 3.5 miles in the Hook Natural Area

On Saturday, September 27 Ben Marsh led a 3.5 mile hike in the Hook Natural Area on behalf of the Linn Conservancy and the Union County commissioners…

Sunday, January 25 “Snowshoe and Cross-Country Ski at D/E/W”

     We enjoyed a winter afternoon of snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.  

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Trails

Koons Trail

The Koons Trail in Mifflinburg has a trailhead on North 4th Street at the historic Hassenplug Covered Bridge. This mile long trail along Buffalo Creek both west and east of the bridge is great for spring wildflowers and birding. A trail guide is provided…

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