The Wildlands Conservancy says it has preserved 30 acres in Williams Township.
According to a news release from the conservancy, the land is comprised of "high-value fields, woodlands and wetland habitat" owned by the Dreisbach family.
"Longtime residents and local supporters, the Dreisbach family was eager to secure a conservation easement for the long-term protection of their property," the news release states.
The conservancy says the Dreisbachs were concerned about preserving areas where groundwaters surface on the land, because they create an ideal amphibian habitat, and affect the water quality of the nearby Tumble Creek.
The conservancy holds easements on 7,400 acres, 300 of which are in Williams Township. This project was funded by the township, with help from the Heritage Conservancy in Bucks County.