GLADE RUN LAKE CONSERVANCY
The Glade Run Lake Conservancy (GRLC) is dedicated to the restoration, ongoing preservation, and improvement of Glade Run Lake and its adjacent lands, located in southern Butler County, Pennsylvania.
By encouraging the use of Glade Run Lake and its surrounding park land, the GRLC promotes outdoor recreation, environmental conservation, and education of the natural world for people of all ages.
To learn more about the GRLC including the history of Glade Run Lake, its mission and goals, the composition of the board of directors, and news and publication archives, check out the resources below.
If you have additional questions regarding the Glade Run Lake Conservancy that are not answered here, please contact us.
Mission & Values
Learn what our goals are for Glade
Run Lake and its surrounding park land.
Find out about the history of Glade Run
Lake and the efforts to restore it after an unsafe earthen dam forced the lake to be drained.
Volunteer your time and passion by supporting ongoing efforts at Glade Run Lake Park.
Board of Directors
Meet the people who comprise the
Glade Run Lake Conservancy.
What is a Watershed?
Educate yourself on the importance of watersheds and what you can do to protect the watershed of Glade Run Lake.
Lake and Watershed Map
View a map of Glade Run Lake and its surrounding watershed.
Have a question about the lake? Check out our FAQ page to see if we've already answered it.