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Bridging People, Land Preservation and Waterway Restoration Since 1989

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What is The Gunpowder Valley Conservancy?

The Gunpowder Valley Conservancy, a non-profit organization, mobilizes people and resources to care for the lands, waters and character of the Gunpowder Watershed. Its emphasis is on land preservation, restoration, stream cleanups and education. The GVC serves as a bridge connecting citizens with programs and information that can help them become better stewards of the natural and historical resources in our watershed.

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Join us for our fundraiser on September 10th!

Delight in an array of foods, Heavy Seas Beer and local wines, and music by bluegrass band Late for Supper. Don’t miss this year’s auction items: Southwest airlines round trip tickets, Disneyworld Park Hopper passes, dinner for four at Gertrude’s and more. BUY YOUR TICKETS TODAY.  

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Gunpowder Watershed

Thank you to our sponsors of the Evening at Marshy Point.

 
 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS Since 1989

We've come a long way in 25 years. Here are just some of the things we've accomplished since 1989.


20,000
Total Volunteers

27,500
Trees Planted on 140 acres

193.5
Tons of Trash Collected

1,607
Acres of Conservation Easements
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Waterway Restoration Land Preservation

Testimonials

I love having grown up in a wooded, waterfront community.

Holly Neck resident and GVC Community Leadership award winner