Last week Nancy and Graham from the Land Conservancy were joined by elected officials to announce nearly $950,000 in additional Greenway Ecological Fund grants to further our efforts to combat invasive plant species and support native plants in the Niagara Gorge.

 

We celebrated the announcement by presenting native oak saplings to the next generation of conservationists.

Pictured left to right: City of Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster, Senator Robert Ortt, Assemblyman Angelo Morinello, Congressman Brian Higgins, Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul, Juanita Leone, Maia Gibbo-Riggi, Land Conservancy Conservation Director Marisa Riggi, Land Conservancy Executive Director Nancy Smith, NY State Parks Western District Director Mark Mistretta, Land Conservancy Conservation Project Manager Graham Tuttle, and Niagara Falls National Heritage Area Executive Director Sara Capan

 

Check out the Governor’s site for more…

 

Ecological Restoration of the Niagara Gorge

Western New York has a long and proud industrial history. Unfortunately, it has also left our region with many degraded environments.
Ecological restoration is the process of managing a degraded natural area in a way that allows it to function the way it did before it was degraded.
We are excited to see growing momentum for Restore the Gorge and projects like it to restore our native ecosystems so they can continue to enrich Western New York for generations to come. Visit our website to learn more and find ways to get involved.

 
 

The Discover Niagara Shuttle

Did you know that the Discover Niagara Shuttle stops at the Niagara Gorge trails and the Stella Niagara Preserve?

 

 

Lake to Lake Exhibition

The Castellani Art Museum is exhibiting Lake to Lake: John Pfahl and Amos W. Sangster from April 14 – December 20, 2019. These works showcase the beauty of the Niagara region

Visit the Exhibit