Woodlock contributes $15,000 to Delaware Highlands Conservancy

October 20, 2015

Woodloch Resort Raises $15,000 For Conservation

On October 20th, Woodloch Pines Resort presented the Delaware Highlands Conservancy with a check for $15,000 for donations collected through participation in the Green Lodging Partnership program in 2015.

Donations collected are just $2 per stay, and are an opportunity for each guest to invest in the future of the Upper Delaware River region.

Funds raised will be used to further the Conservancy’s land protection and education efforts throughout the region.

The Conservancy accepts this check with sincere gratitude for all that Woodloch Pines Resort, the Lodge at Woodloch, the Kiesendahl family, their staff and guests have done and continue to do for the Upper Delaware River region as responsible stewards of the land.

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 [icon name=”angle-double-right”]

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Photo above, from left: Rory O’Fee, Marketing Director, Woodloch Resort; Bob Kiesendahl, Owner, Woodloch Resort; Sue Currier, Executive Director, Delaware Highlands Conservancy; Bethany Keene, Outreach Coordinator, Delaware Highlands Conservancy; and Tess Murray, Front Desk Manager, Woodloch Resort.