Love your land? We’re here to help you take care of it.

CLC’s Strategies for Stewarding Land

We use a number of strategies to make sure our Public Conservation Areas are fun to visit and provide habitat for plants and animals. These include managing invasive species; planting native trees and shrubs along streambanks; encouraging pollinators like birds, bees, and butterflies; and mowing field grasses during times of the year that won’t harm ground-nesting songbirds. To find out more about how we manage our Public Conservation Areas, contact Nate Davis at nate.davis@clctrust.org or 518.392.5252, ext. 205. You can also visit our Public Conservation Area pages to find a management plan for each site that discusses our activities in detail.

Taking Care of Your Property

There are several local organizations that are a wealth of expertise about how to best care for your property. If you’d like specific advice about contractors, please contact Heidi Bock at heidi.bock@clctrust.org or 518.392.5252, ext. 207.