Staff of the Hotel Fauchere in Milford, Pennsylvania present a check to the Delaware Highlands Conservancy for contributions collected through the Green Lodging Partnership.
As co-owner Sean Strub enthuses, “The Hotel Fauchere is proud to participate in the Delaware Highlands Conservancy Green Lodging Partnership. It is a way to engage our guests with our community’s consciousness about protecting the pristine natural environment in the upper Delaware River Valley and to support the Conservancy’s important work. Our guests have overwhelmingly supported participation and many express appreciation that the Hotel Fauchere recognizes its responsibility to do our part to be a responsible steward in the region.”
The historic Hotel Fauchere, originally opened in the mid-19th century by Louis Fauchere and run for 125 years, reopened in 2006 after extensive restoration led by Sean Strub and Richard Snyder.
Since joining the Delaware Highlands Conservancy’s Green Lodging Partnership in late 2012, the 16-room Hotel Fauchere in downtown Milford, PA has collected more than $3,000 through voluntary, $2-per-stay contributions from its guests, which has been donated to the Conservancy to support its land conservation mission and the future of the Upper Delaware River region.
For more information on the Green Lodging Partnership and all of the participating lodgings throughout the Upper Delaware River region in PA and NY, visit DelawareHighlands.org/greenlodging