Important Announcements


The Land Conservancy has created a Vision Plan to guide the landscape restoration work at the Stella Niagara Preserve in Lewiston.

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Join us on May 10 at the UB Center for the Arts for a presentation by Doug Tallamy, award-winning author of the book Bringing Nature Home.

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Jackson Falls is one of Western New York’s best kept secrets. The Land Conservancy is working now to protect this 57-acre headwater forest…

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What Is The Land Conservancy?

The Land Conservancy is a regional, not-for-profit land trust that works with landowners, municipalities, and other organizations to help them conserve their most cherished natural areas and working farms. Click HERE for more information.
To permanently protect land with significant conservation value in Western New York, for the benefit of future generations. Click HERE for more information.
In the 1980s and the early 1990s, a diverse group of dedicated people recognized the need for a land trust in Western New York. Throughout the region, forests and farmlands were being lost to rapid urban expansion, even as the region lost population. Most of the region was not covered by a land trust. After many meetings, thoughtful discussions, and much paperwork, the Western New York Land Conservancy was formally registered as a new not-for-profit organization in 1991. Click HERE for more information.

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