Originally published by Heritage Conservancy

Three new board members, each with deep ties to Bucks County and a love for its natural beauty and rich history, will be adding their energy, experience and knowledge to Heritage Conservancy’s Board of Directors.

The Doylestown-based land conservation and historic preservation non-profit announced that Lynn Bush, the former Executive Director of the Bucks County Planning Commission; Richard “Dick” Henriques, a Senior Fellow at the Center for High Impact Philanthropy at the University of Pennsylvania; and Kevin Putman, Jr., President of Penn Color, will join the ranks of the Conservancy’s board. The new members will offer guidance toward Heritage Conservancy’s preservation mission, financial goals and achieving regional prominence through outreach and marketing.

Read more on Heritage Conservancy’s blog.