Welcome to the Greene Land Trust
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 protectiong important resources while promoting an effective balance between sound development and long-range natural resource protection. To accomplish this goal, the Greene Land Trust works with a wide range of partners.
Maintained trails, open dawn to dusk year round, are available at the WIllows at Brandow Point and Mawignack Preserve.
We hope you will enjoy our properties and support our mission to protect more of the county's wonderful natural resources.
News and Events!
ALL EVENTS ARE CANCELED
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
While hiking trails remain open dawn to dusk
7 days a week at the
Willows at Brandow Point and Mawignack Preserve,
observe any new restrictions that may be issued
in the coming days or weeks about outdoor activities.
For more information on all of these events click Coming Events
Saturday March 28, 2020 1 to 4 PM - Needle Felting workshop
Wednesday April 1, 2020 7 PM - Eel Program
Saturday April 18, 2020 - Annual Blue Bird House Building
Saturday May 2, 2020 - Work Party at the Willows
Land Trust Accreditation
Greene Land Trust is applying for re-accreditation this spring.
Greene Land Trust was first accredited in 2015.
The Accreditation Commission and GLT invite public input and the Commission accepts signed, written comments on pending applications. Comments must relate to how Greene Land Trust complies with national quality standards. For more information on the accreditation program and to submit comments click Accreditation.
The Greene County Natural Resource Inventory (NRI) is now complete!
The full NRI document can be found on our Projects page.
We have also created an interactive Story Map to introduce and demonstrate the NRI. Click here to view the story map.