Everyday across this country, individuals and families make the conservation choice. The print collection of essays presents, in their own words, the experiences and reflections of some of these generous, inspired people. The website presents the 15 stories of the print edition plus several more.
Enacted in 1993, the Keystone Fund has helped people and communities across the state by providing grants for recreation and conservation. Hear these people describe, in their own words, just how much their local Keystone-funded parks, trails, and open spaces mean to them. Since 2016, over 100 Pennsylvanians, from every corner of the state, have shared their stories. Share yours by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Stories of Land and People provide real-world examples of how land trusts, landowners, and others have worked cooperatively to conserve special places in Pennsylvania for the benefit of all.