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December 21, 2017

Looking Beyond the Trees for Sustainable Revenue

Aqua America engaged Conservation Economics to assess the 2,000-acre Roaring Creek Property located near Shamokin, PA, and recommend strategies for generating environmentally sustainable revenue.
December 21, 2017

Building Profitable Relationships between the Public and Private Sectors

Mr. Jeffrey A. Miller Catering (JAM) was looking for “unforgettable settings” for events that would showcase his “innovative cuisine and extraordinary hospitality.” Conservation Economics (CE) was engaged to find sites for expansion of JAM’s business that highlighted a site that featured both natural resources and historic buildings.
December 21, 2017

Self-sustaining Recreational Facilities

PPL, a Pennsylvania utility company, owned and managed the 966-acre Montour Environmental Preserve near Washingtonville, PA. This site was highly valued by nearby communities for a variety of recreational opportunities in and around the Preserve’s 165-acre centerpiece, Lake Chillisquaque.
December 21, 2017

Generating Retirement Income and Preserving a Family Legacy

Two farms in central New Jersey had been in the family for generations and represented many memories and traditions. The owners desired to be relieved of daily management of their land, but continue farm operations to generate enough income to cover their retirement and provide a legacy for their children.
December 21, 2017

Making the Most of an Old Farm

The owner of a 118-acre farm had ideas about possible uses for his land, but needed support in making decisions about which ones were practically feasible, economically viable and environmentally sustainable as a legacy for his children.
December 20, 2017

A Bright Future for an Old Farm

The Delaware Valley University (DelVal), a small, private university located in Doylestown, PA, aspired to transform the gift of an old, working farm into an educational asset that would support the mission of the University and achieve a sustainable revenue stream.
December 20, 2017

A Park for the Future

An international wealth management corporation wanted to transform a multiple-acre arboretum in southeastern Pennsylvania into a sustainable asset that would both serve the community and generate revenue to cover its significant maintenance and staffing costs in perpetuity.