Healthy lands and forests provide clean water, clean air, carbon storage, wildlife habitat as well as opportunities that sustain local economies. Our work helps ensure the full range of these benefits to people and wildlife, and enhances the ability of lands and forests to recover from inevitable disturbances and threats.
The Conservancy and partners have opened a stunning new trail that connects two undeveloped Finger Lakes – Canadice and Hemlock.
Establishing the newest national wildlife refuge. Learn more.
Our Heart of the Adirondacks project features 161,000 forested acres. Explore them.
Learn about this creative new way to keep animals safe and habitat connected. Learn more.
Want clean, fresh water? Start by protecting forests. Learn more.
Trees and forests are essential to urban residents in many ways. Find out why.
Using heat- and motion-sensitive cameras to track animals, we're gathering information to help connect habitats for New York's wildlife. See how.
We're working to restore floodplain forests and reconnect floodplains along the Neversink River. Learn more.
Learn why leaves change color in autumn and find the best preserves in New York State to enjoy the fall foliage. Get outside.
Forest regeneration is the growth of tree seedlings into large mature trees, an important measure of forest health. Learn more.