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!
2017 Seasons of Greene art show at the Athens Community Center featured paintings of eight invited artists whose works depicted views of properties owned or managed by Greene Land Trust. We've heard from several local artisits that they, too would love the opportunity to paint and display scenes of Greene Land Trust's lands. Greene Land Trust's
From now until the end of October 2019, we invite all artists who live or visit the area to visit our properties, create their own versions of these sites, and enter them in the art show that we will host at the Willows during our Holiday Open House December 6 and 7, 2019. Complete details are presented under Coming Events.Looking for Artists
Damsel and Dragonflies and their ancestors have been found in 325 milllion year old fossils. They are some of the friendliest insects you will ever meet! Join us on July 13 to learn more about these elegant creatures. Damsels & Dragonflies Walk
Fairy House Building -- August 24, 10AM-12PM. Bring your friends and help build new homes for woodland Fairies. Build a Fairy House
Restoration of the Willows porch is nearly complete! Stop by and take a look. It is beautiful. For more information on the Willows restoration visit WIllows Restoration