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Wildlands Conservancy receives $10K grant for Monocacy Park

EMMAUS, Pa. - The R.K. Laros Foundation has granted $10,000 to Wildlands Conservancy to continue the natural restoration of Monocacy Park. 

Wildlands says the foundation's support will forward its efforts to make an ecological and visible impact along the Monocacy Creek, such as removing decaying railroad ties, stabilizing eroded streambanks and adding fish habitat structures. 

“The Laros Foundation is a visionary partner, and we are enormously grateful for their generous investment,” said Christopher Kocher, president of Wildlands. “Its support will truly help Wildlands truly make a lasting impact – one that will benefit the citizens of Bethlehem and connected communities for generations to come, while also caring for our local, natural environment.”


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