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From the hi-rises of downtown Philadelphia, to the traditional Amish communities in western Pennsylvania, all over the Keystone State smart conservation is having an impact.

Our innovative work in Pennsylvania joins farmland conservation with streambank protection to directly safeguard drinking water supplies all along the Delaware River. And, at the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, our conservation is benefitting not only anglers, hikers and paddlers, but also wildlife who will grow increasingly dependent on the park’s unique habitats as the climate changes.

Since 2011, we’ve made grants and loans totaling $6.5 million, which have helped the state’s conservation groups and agencies protect 7,838 additional acres.

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