CONNECTING PEOPLE TO THE RIVER
Susquehanna Heritage is a non-profit organization and officially-designated Pennsylvania Heritage Area. We collaborate with local, state and national partners to advance our Vision for the Susquehanna Riverlands as a National Destination for outdoor fun and cultural discovery. Our work focuses on Placemaking that enhances the quality and appeal of the river’s special places and landscapes and Tourism Development that increases the visibility and readiness of the river as a visitor destination. We are part of HeritagePA, Pennsylvania’s statewide Heritage Area network, and are seeking recognition by the U.S. Congress as a National Heritage Area.
Double Your Impact during ExtraGive!
November 1, 2018
Donating to Susquehanna Heritage during the ExtraGive will have double the impact this year! Each donation given online on Friday, November 16th will be matched dollar-for-dollar from a pool of […]
Check out the Canoemobile Fun! Enjoy a look back at this fun and transformative riverfront experience. Fifth grade students from Lancaster and York counties paddled the […]
Lancaster Sierra Club Supports Susquehanna Heritage
October 25, 2018
Water Quality Analyzed by Local Homeschool Students In early 2018, Susquehanna Heritage applied to the Lancaster Sierra Club grant program. The program supports the club’s mission to […]
Monthly Early Childhood storytime for ages 2-5. Tadpole Time will feature monthly themes that explore the natural world along the river, with a nature-themed story, songs, and activities that will […]
Zimmerman Center Heritage Lecture Series: Where the River Turns West
Where the River Turns West Susquehanna River views from Columbia to York Haven Above the town of Columbia, the Susquehanna turns west. Beyond the reach of dams, this part of […]
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Friend of the River
Your annual donation in any amount makes you an official Friend of the Susquehanna River and gives you bragging rights for your support of outdoor recreation and heritage education, public access to the river, and tourism development and services in the riverlands of Lancaster and York.