Molly Morrison will retire as Natural Lands president—a position she has filled with exceptional distinction for 14 years—at the end of 2018. Under Molly’s leadership, Natural Lands has preserved more than 32,000 acres of open space, including landmark additions to our preserve system such as Bear Creek, Bryn Coed, ChesLen, and Green Hills Preserves, along with Stoneleigh: a natural garden.
She has been a force for nature in our region. Please join us to honor a career of extraordinary conservation impact.
Molly has spent a career “building bridges,” through open space preservation, to help connect people with nature…and one another. Now we’re going to extend the metaphor to celebrate her legacy permanently! Molly’s Bridge—still in the planning, design, and fundraising phase—will serve as the new pedestrian gateway to our 571-acre Stroud Preserve in Chester County.
You can express your appreciation for Molly by augmenting your annual donation with a gift toward this project.