CONNECTING PEOPLE TO THE RIVER AND ITS HISTORY
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.
2018 River of the Year Nomination Announced!
November 22, 2017
We need your support to win 2018 River of the Year! Vote for Lower Susquehanna/Susquehanna Riverlands for River of the Year! Susquehanna Heritage & Lancaster County Conservancy recently worked to […]
Susquehanna Heritage takes part in Chesapeake Bay Commission flyover of the Lower Susquehanna River
November 11, 2017
Susquehanna Heritage takes part in Chesapeake Bay Commission flyover of the Lower Susquehanna River Susquehanna Heritage President Mark Platts joined leaders of the Chesapeake Bay Commission yesterday as the […]
Canoemobile Visits Columbia & the Susquehanna
October 24, 2017
We had a great time hosting Canoemobile at Columbia Crossing and River Park on October 16th and 17th. Fifth graders from Columbia School District, Eastern York, and home school groups participated in […]
Tadpole Time: Hibernate
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 […]
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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.