Greene Land Trust EXPLORE


Visit and hike some of our protected places.

We offer a variety of fun and educational programs.

We work with public and private landowners to preserve their land.




September 23rd – October 15th, 2023

Gallery Hours: 
      Fridays 4-7 pm
      Saturdays 1-7 pm

      Sundays 11 am-4:30 pm

The Greene Land Trust and Athens Cultural Center are proud to announce, SEASONS OF GREENE IV, a new collection of paintings depicting special properties protected by the Greene Land Trust. Nine outstanding regional artists have spent endless hours looking deeply, exploring seasonal moods, catching variations in hues and light — with each artist striving to reveal and capture the secret beauty of each special place in their own unique manner.

You are invited to behold the extraordinary artwork by the following nine artists:

  • Sue Barrasi
  • James Coe
  • Kevin Cook
  • James Cramer
  • Ann Larsen
  • Susan M. Story
  • Liza Tivey
  • Marlene Wiedenbaum
  • Leslie Yolen

As a fundraiser for the Greene Land Trust, a portion of the proceeds from the sale of all paintings goes to support the work of the Greene Land Trust.

Beautiful Video Celebrates the Flegel Farm

The Greene Land Trust is proud to present the film: “Keep It Forever, the Flegel Farm.”

This short film by Cynthia Putorti documents the history of the farm, the family, and their passion for protecting the farm from development forever.

About Us

From the high peaks of the Catskill Mountains, to the historic shores of the Hudson River, Greene County New York features a diverse and productive landscape.

The Greene Land Trust’s mission is to preserve and protect significant natural and related cultural resources in and around Greene County, New York. The Trust’s goal is to provide a substantial public benefit in identifying and protecting important resources while promoting an effective balance between sound development and long-range natural resource protection.

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