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Deadline Extended to May 31st! Apply for ProFESS 2024 Today!

Deadline Extended to May 31st! Apply for ProFESS 2024 Today!

We're Hiring!

We're Hiring!

Inspire Philadelphians to connect with nature by leading kayaking trips on the Schuylkill River. LandHealth Institute is looking for a part or full-time River Programs Manager to build upon and expand activities for young environmental scientists and the wider public. This is a one-year position starting in June with an hourly rate of $20/hr or $40,000 salary with benefits. Applications close May 31st!

Join us for our Woodland Workday Series

Join us for our Woodland Workday Series

As part of this workday series, volunteers will help in the restoration of our small urban woodland located on our site at the corner of 49th St. and Parkside Ave. Over the course of four workdays, volunteers will remove invasive species, mulch the trail through the woodland, remove industrial debris (which will be upcycled to create art/sculpture on the site), and plant native species. Check out our events calendar to learn more!

Interested in Native Plants?

Interested in Native Plants?

Learn about our Native Plant Nursery and see what's currently growing!

Ready to Put Nature Back?

Ready to Put Nature Back?

Help us achieve our mission by joining the LandHealth community. Become a member today!

Dig deep and explore.

Dig deep and explore.

Dive into our blog to read about who we are, what we do, and what we care most about at LandHealth!

LANDHEALTH INSTITUTE
Put Nature Back.

Students gardening

LandHealth Institute is a nonprofit based in the West Parkside neighborhood of Philadelphia with a mission to restore connections between nature and people. We focus on exploration, immersive at-the-source environmental education, and community-based land revitalization. LandHealth builds environmental awareness and appreciation while enhancing the environmental, social, and economic vitality of the city.

LandHealth's philosophy is grounded in the belief that healthy land is at the root of healthy communities. Our methodology is to plant seeds of discovery, knowledge, and stewardship. Rooted in robust community engagement, we elicit a deeper understanding of community ecology as a basis for holistic planning and sustainable design.

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