Support Countryside Conservancy’s work in permanently protecting our region’s natural resources. Donors make all of our work possible! Countryside Conservancy is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and gifts to the Conservancy are tax-deductible. Click Here to make a donation.


The Conservancy is inspired by those individuals who remember us in their wills, through trusts or other forms of planned giving. We are glad to work with donors to explore bequests, charitable trusts or other mechanisms. Please call Executive Director Bill Kern at (570) 945-6995 if you are interested in making a bequest or other planned gift to the Conservancy.


The Conservancy welcomes gift of stock. If you own stocks that have appreciated in value, making a stock gift to the Conservancy can both qualify you for a Federal income-tax deduction and also save you from paying capital gains tax on the increase in the stock’s value over time. Please call Executive Director Bill Kern at (570) 945-6995 to get the information you will need to make a donation of stock.

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  1. Firkin Friday Fundraiser at Nimble Hill Brewing

    March 23 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Countryside Conservancy
Countryside Conservancy21 hours ago

Starting to look more like spring at our Davis Crossing Preserve near Lake Winola.

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Countryside Conservancy3 days ago

Excited to be included in this great project!

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Countryside Conservancy6 days ago

Do you ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ Lackawanna State Park and want to volunteer for events & trail building??

Countryside Conservancy
Countryside Conservancy6 days ago

Attention trail lovers - check out the Iroquois Trail in Tunkhannock!