Central & Western New York

Hikes, Events and Work Days

Connect with Nature in Central & Western New York

What Do Buffalos and Elephants Have in Common?
Wednesday, July 19 | 7:00pm - 8:00pm | Buffalo, NY

Come learn how The Nature Conservancy is giving elephants a brighter future by protecting them from poaching and providing them with healthy habitat while benefitting the lives of people who live among them. You’ll also learn how our chapter is employing similar strategies to protect the water and wildlife in Western New York.

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Connecting with Nature: Rob's Trail - Hemlock Lake Hike
Thursday, July 27| 6:00pm - 8:00pm | Springwater, NY

Join Jim Howe, Chapter Director, on a challenging hike as we descend from one of the highest elevations in Hemlock Lake watershed to the eastern shore of Hemlock Lake.  Hikers will learn about the Conservancy’s newest trail system that connects Hemlock and Canadice Lakes, learn about the history and ecology of the Finger Lakes Region and marvel at the local splendor.

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Connecting with Nature: Rob's Trail - Hemlock Lake Hike
Saturday, September 16 | 10:00am - 12:00pm | Springwater, NY

Join Gregg Sargis, Dir. of Ecological Management, on a challenging hike as we descend from one of the highest elevations in Hemlock Lake watershed to the eastern shore of Hemlock Lake.  Hikers will learn about the Conservancy’s newest trail system that connects Hemlock and Canadice Lakes, learn about the history and ecology of the Finger Lakes Region and marvel at the local fall splendor.

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