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UPCOMING EVENTS




NOTEWORTHY


  • Thank You!


    As a partner in our work, you help us do so much! Your gift to the Annual Fund supports the conservation of Long Island's working farms, natural lands and heritage. Thank you!


    Didn't have a chance to donate in 2014? Donate Now!


  • Volunteer with the Peconic Land Trust


    We love our volunteers! From help in the fields to help in the office. There are so many ways to join us in support of conservation in our communities.

    Join us today!


  • Sustainable Giving


    A monthly or quarterly gift to the Trust's Sustainable Giving Program is a great way to show your commitment to conservation all year long!


  • Bridge Gardens 2015

    Bridge Gardens is open for the 2015 Season. A beautiful horticulture and demonstration garden in the heart of Bridgehampton, Bridge Gardens offers workshops, lectures and cultural activities throughout the season -- including free Lawn Care Advice on Wednesdays from 2-5 pm. Memberships are available!
    For more information click here!


  • Connections!


    Watch your mailbox for our May/June 2015 Connections -- we have lots of great programs and look forward to seeing you this season!

    For the online calendar of Connections programs, click here!


  • Holiday Gifts


    Caps, market bags, books, DVDs and NEW: Bridge Gardens Notecards! Give the gift of conservation all year long.


  • Our Latest News


    Take a moment to read all the exciting news for the past year in conservation -- and to see all the people who make the work at the Peconic Land Trust possible. On behalf of all of us at the Trust,

    THANK YOU!
    Read now!


NEWS

April 3, 2015: Trust to be Honored with US EPA 2015 Champion Award; Nominated by Congressman Lee Zeldin.

March 9, 2015: Noank Aquaculture Cooperative, Peconic Land Trust, National Grid Foundation and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County Partner on Research Initiative to Improve Water Quality in the Peconic Estuary

January 29, 2015: Peconic Land Trust Announces Sale of 19.2 Acres of the Danilevsky Farmland to Third-Generation Farmer Hank Kraszewski, III

December 5, 2014: Richard Hogan and Carron Sherry Donate Conservation Easement on Historic Ward's Point on Shelter Island

September 2014: Peconic Land Trust Acquires 4+ Acres Along the Forge River in Mastic Beach for Conservation

November 3, 2011: A&P Forms Partnership with Peconic Land Trust to Help Reduce Waste and Further Local Conservation Efforts


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