Celebrate Earth Day at Greenfield on April 19

Greenfield and the Lancaster Conservancy are partnering to host an Earth Day celebration Wednesday, April 19, at Greenfield.

At Greenfield, we work to better the world around us. Environmental Stewardship has always been a pillar for Greenfield, the High Companies, and the High Foundation. As part of our ongoing relationship with the Lancaster Conservancy, we hope to continue protecting the health of our lands, watersheds, and local wildlife.

WHO: Chat with team members from the Lancaster ConservancyLCSWMA, High Companies Eco Task Force, and other community partners to learn about what they do and how their initiatives apply to your life, business, and the greater community. 

WHAT: The event will be full of fun and educational activities, games, live music, and more! Snacks will be provided, and there will also be food trucks onsite for purchasing additional food.

This celebration is FREE and open to anyone. Registration is required and will be open until the event reaches capacity

WHEN: Wednesday, April 19, 2023, Noon – 3 p.m., rain or shine

WHERE: Outdoor tent across from the S. Dale High Leadership Center, 1861 William Penn Way, Lancaster, Pa. 17601

To find other ways to celebrate Earth Day all year long, visit the Lancaster Conservancy website.

About Greenfield

Greenfield is a mixed-use, community-oriented hub for business and life in Lancaster. It’s the premier address for business in all of Central Pennsylvania, home to a diverse mix of more than 200 local, regional, and international businesses. But Greenfield is more than just a place; it’s people. We cultivate an environment where a community of individuals and teams thrive to their fullest potential: planning, thinking, doing, making. This mission defines all parts of the Greenfield experience, whether you’re visiting for the day or you’ve been working here for years. For more information, visit www.greenfieldlancaster.com.

About Lancaster Conservancy

Lancaster Conservancy is an accredited nonprofit land trust that provides wild and forested lands and clean waterways for our community, forever. Since its founding in 1969 by local anglers, hunters and naturalists, the Conservancy has saved over 10,000 acres of land to protect the ecosystems and landscapes upon which we depend for food, clean water, clean air, economic and public health, and the restoration of the soul and spirit.

 As a member supported organization, the Conservancy needs your help to protect the health of our lands, watersheds, and local wildlife. To donate or learn more about Conservancy land protection and stewardship efforts, hiking trails, educational programming, and volunteer opportunities, please visit www.lancasterconservancy.org/.

Join Us for Earth Day at Greenfield