Forest regeneration is the growth of tree seedlings into large mature trees, an important measure of forest health. Read about the Conservancy's study of regeneration in New York and what it means for the health of our trees.
Our Heart of the Adirondacks project features 161,000 forested acres featuring 415 miles of rivers and streams, 300 lakes and ponds, 90 mountain peaks, and 15,000 acres of wetlands. Explore the projects and see what lands are now open to the public.
Trees and forests are essential to urban residents in many ways — they capture rainfall and help control urban stormwater runoff, provide shade and reduce excessive temperatures, and remove dust and pollutants from the air. Learn why New York City's ubran forest is so important.
We're working to restore floodplain forests and reconnect floodplains on Conservancy-owned former agricultural properties along the Neversink River. Watch a slideshow of about this project.