Since 1984, the Mt. Lebanon Nature Conservancy has been working to promote the enhancemappreciation and respect for the environment.
Our School in the Park Program introduces Mt. Lebanon third graders to learning directly from nature.
Our Invasives Task Force is working diligently to remove invasive plant species from our parks and replace it with native vegetation.
We also work closely with local Scout troops to improve the trails, structures and plant life in the parks.
We are a 100% volunteer organization. We welcome all ages to help us improve our greenspace. Join Us!
Mt. Lebanon Nature Conservancy
P. O. Box 14901
Pittsburgh PA 15234
The Mt. Lebanon Nature Conservancy is a 501c 3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
Follow us on Facebook at Mt. Lebanon Nature Conservancy for reminders and other information.
Sep. 13-Board Meeting 7 PM Mt. Lebanon Library.
Oct. 18-Board Meeting 7 PM Mt. Lebanon Library
Nov. 12-Annual Meeting Mt Lebanon Library
Dec. 3-Holiday for the Birds Mt. Lebanon Library
Trees Planted to Date-91
2014-Fall 17 trees
Red oak, Red maple, Silver maple, Princeton Elm, Honeylocust
Locations-Twin Hills Trails, Bird Park, Robb Hollow
Red oak, Red maple, Black gum, Redbud
Locations-Twin Hills Trails Park, Bird Park, Robb Hollow
Yellowwood, Black gum, Bur oak, Stewartia, Crabapple, Cornelian cherry dogwood, Accolade flowering cherry, Horsechestnut, Kentucky coffeetree, Hybrid elm, Stewartia.
Red oak, Silver maple, Red maple, Redbud
Locations-Bird Park, Twin Hills Trails Park