About Langhorne Open Space


Langhorne Open Space, Inc. (LOSI) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of open space in the local area.

Our membership is comprised of more than two hundred families and individuals committed to the safeguarding of open space and historic structures in the face of rapid over development.

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“We rely on the generous support of our membership to fund LOSI.”

— Pat Carr | President

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Our Mission

Langhorne Open Space, Inc. (LOSI) was founded in 1984 with the mission of saving open space in the local community. Faced with rapid over-development in the surrounding area, LOSI’s members have worked to preserve the small-town ambiance of Langhorne. The organization has been instrumental in the acquisition of land and development rights in its quest to preserve open space.

Having been appointed by Langhorne Borough to oversee Heritage Farm, LOSI funds and manages property maintenance and renovations at the Farm.

Board of Directors

Patrick Carr

President

Deb Tyl

Vice President

Phil Miele

Treasurer

Betsy Carr

Acting Secretary

Carol Zetterberg

Director, Funding & Development

Mary Blaydon

Roger Chatot

Dawn Clabbers

Carol Deaver

Beth Delaney

Bob Duaime

Louis Procaccino

Carla Quinlisk

Rachel Renshaw

Florence Wharton

Larry Zetterberg

Past President