Since 1984, the Mt. Lebanon Nature Conservancy has been working to promote the enhancement and careful use of Mt. Lebanon’s green space. Because the Municipality is mature, there is little green space left, so we in the Conservancy take this responsibility very seriously. We also work to foster an
appreciation 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. Join Us!
Mt. Lebanon Nature Conservancy
P. O. Box 14901
Pittsburgh PA 15234
2013 Volunteer Park Work Hours to date-182 hrs
Red oak, Silver maple, Red maple, Redbud
Locations-Bird Park, Twin Hills Trails Park
Yellowwood, Black gum, Bur oak, Stewartia, Crabapple, Cornelian cherry dogwood, Accolade flowering cherry, Horsechestnut, Kentucky coffeetree, Hybrid elm, Stewartia.
Red oak, Red maple, Black gum, Redbud
Locations-Twin Hills Trails Park, Bird Park, Robb Hollow Park
October 19- Invasives Work Day 9 AM-noon
Meet at Beadling Parking Lot , Bird Park
November 10- Annual Meeting
Guest Speaker- Bill Metzger
"Real Tales of Rail Trails"
Mt. Lebanon Public Library
All are welcome, refreshments will be served