Patapsco Heritage Greenway’s membership is the cornerstone of our support network. With your help, we educate others to care for the Patapsco Valley’s fragile ecosystem and better understand its importance in the nation’s history. Your membership support is central in our continuing efforts to preserve, protect, interpret, and restore the environment, history, and culture of the Patapsco River Valley for all.
All membership levels receive six eNewsletters annually as well as invitations to members-only events. Membership runs from April through March.
Patapsco Heritage Greenway (PHG) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation.
Your dues are tax deductible. Thank you for your support!
The levels below receive additional benefits as noted:
Fred Besley Steward: A set of 6 Patapsco scenes notecards
Patapsco Circle: All of the above PLUS a copy of Henry Sharp’s America’s First Factory Town: The Industrial Revolution in Maryland’s Patapsco River Valley
Banneker/Ellicott/Phelps Society: All of the above PLUS a voiceover role in a Patapsco Short
Kit Valentine Society: All of the above PLUS invitation to a staff/board-led trail adventure
Fred Besley was Maryland’s first State Forester and played a key role in conservation efforts in the Patapsco Valley.
Members of the Banneker, Ellicott and Phelps families made vital contributions to the economic and educational development of the Patapsco Valley.
Kit Valentine was a life-long resident and champion of the Patapsco Valley and former President of PHG.
Prefer to join by mail? Send a check to PHG, PO Box 96, Ellicott City, MD 21041 with “2021 membership” in the memo field.
Patapsco Heritage Greenway, Inc. (PHG) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. Dues and contributions are tax deductible. Thank you for your support!
PHG was previously known as (1) Friends of the Patapsco Valley and (2) Friends of the Patapsco Valley and Heritage Greenway.
Preserve. Protect. Interpret. Restore.
Patapsco Heritage Greenway, the managing organization of the Patapsco Valley Heritage Area, is dedicated to preserving, protecting, interpreting, and restoring the environment, history and culture of Maryland’s most dramatic river valley for the enjoyment of all