Central New York Land Trust seeks 2 talented individuals to fill open positions. Central NY Land Trust, Skaneateles, NY, announces a new, full time staff position ; Office Manager/ Development Coordinator. Additionally, CNYLT announces an opening for a part-time, key person, Office Administrator. Resume and cover letter should be submitted to Albert Joerger, President
Volunteer Appreciation Event, August 14, 2019 Thank you to those who were able to come out-it was so nice out, we ate well, had an update on the Land Trust Alliance application, moved the boardwalk that will be re-purposed, and explored and found stunning patches of cardinal flower.
Explore one of the newer preserves, Three Falls in Manlius. Steward Phil will lead us to the famous waterfalls, and show us around the trails. Walk starts at 5:30. As we are creating a parking area, further information will follow as to where to park. The falls at Three Falls Preserve
Everyone is welcome at CNY Land Trust meetings and events! Out of the meeting room and into the wild! In lieu of monthly meetings, the Stewardship Committee is hosting a series of Wednesday Evening Walks at CNY Land Trust preserves. Walks are scheduled for select Wednesday evenings through September. Walks are rain or shine and
The Girl Scouts did a wonderful job at Whiskey Hollow. Their enthusiasm and love for the land is inspiring. July 16, 2019 4 pm : Ribbon Cutting for the new Whiskey Hollow Trail. Join in the celebration and explore all the trailwork Girl Scout Troop 10210 did this Spring. This started as an Earth
Central New York News from Syracuse.com 90 acres to be added to Baltimore Woods Nature Center in Marcellus Updated May 28, 2019; Posted May 28, 2019 By Chris Libonati | email@example.com MARCELLUS, N.Y. -- Baltimore Woods Nature Center and the Central New York Land Trust plan to acquire 90 acres to add to the nature center in
The Central New York Land Trust is growing! Effective May 2019, our new office address is 7 Fennell Street in Skaneateles NY. All other contact information remains the same.
Summer Solstice Garden Tour helps CNYLT, one acre at a time. On May 14th, 2019, Executive Director Albert Joerger and Board President Richard Smardon were interviewed and discussed our work to increase the CNYLTs' holdings by 13% with three acquisitions; the purchase of 206 acres to add to our Lockwood preserves, buying 90 additional acres