Programs may be conducted at the Myrick Conservation Center, Saalbach Farm, your school, or other off-site location. You choose your outdoor classroom:
Myrick Conservation Center
The Myrick Conservation Center is located 1760 Unionville-Wawaset Road in West Chester. It is 6 miles west of West Chester and three miles east of Unionville in the scenic rolling hills of Chester County, PA. The 318-acre property features natural areas that include stream, forest, field and pond communities as well as agricultural land. The Brandywine Red Clay Alliance offices are located here.
Saalbach Farm is located between Route 30 and Kings Highway in West Caln Township, just outside of Coatesville, PA. This 250-acre farm is primarily agricultural land but features a pristine section of Rock Run, a tributary of the Brandywine Creek. Natural areas include forest and wetland communities. Saalbach Farm is convenient for Downingtown and Coatesville Area School Districts.
Your School or Nearby Natural Area
Does your school property include a garden, wetland, forest stream or pond? Maybe your school is within walking distance to a park? For a small outreach fee, we’ll come to you!