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We Moved!

The Central New York Land Trust is proud to announce that our office has moved from 431 East Fayette Street in Syracuse NY, to 7 Fennell Street in Skaneateles NY.

Summer Stewardship Committee Meetings

The CNY Land Trust Stewardship Committee is meeting this Summer to plan for workdays, workshops, and discuss land care on CNY Land Trust preserves. Open Stewardship Meetings: June 26th, 5:30 pm at Cedarvale July 24th, 5:30 pm at Mason Hill August 14th, 5:30 pm at Three Falls More information to follow the closer we get

Advance Sale Ticket Price extended through Thursday June 12th

Celebrate the Summer Solstice at Central New York's Garden Tour, Plant Sale, and Nature-inspired Craft Sale! Ticket sales benefit CNY Land Trust in its work to protect local natural areas. Where: Sycamore Hill Gardens, 2130 Old Seneca Turnpike, Marcellus (link to map) When: Saturday, June 22, 2019, 11am - 4pm Ticket

New York State Conservation Partnership Program Grants Announced

Announced April 19 in Skaneateles, New York, the 2016 New York State Conservation Partnership Program Grant awards will assist 55 land trust organizations across New York with 72 grants.  CNY Land Trust is a  "Capacity Grant" recipient for a second year, focusing on community outreach and stewardship, or land care, for its 48 preserves.  The New

Meet the Preserve: Riverwalk Ecology

You are invited to a Central New York Land Trust Workshop! date: Monday, July 27, 2015 time: 5:30-7:30 pm location: Trailhead of the Riverwalk Nature Preserve, Wood Duck Path, Brewerton, New York* Build your understanding of basic principles of ecology, while enjoying the new trail at Riverwalk Nature Preserve! Do you ever wonder what makes

Announced today – NY State Conservation Partnership Program Grants – CNY Land Trust is one of 55 grant recipients across New York!

Announced today: CNY Land Trust is a 2015 New York Conservation Partnership Program "Capacity Grant" recipient! See Governor Cuomo's exciting announcement, at the link, for grants announced statewide today. Funded by New York State's Environmental Protection Fund, this program makes events like this past Saturday's Stewardship Workday possible - pictured are SU students and volunteers