Conservation Map -- Overview
Map: Peconic Land Trust Conservation Projects
Since 1983, the Peconic Land Trust has been involved in over 400 projects on Long Island -- working with landowners, municipalities, partner organizations and communities on the conservation of 11,000 acres. These lands include farmland, meadows, woodland, dunes and wetlands.
The Peconic Land Trust's new interactive map, launched in 2013, provides information on many of these projects.
The map is segmented by navigable portions of the five East End towns:
- western portions of Southold
- eastern portions of Southold and Shelter Island
- western portions of Southampton
- eastern portions of Southampton
- East Hampton
Click here to open map
Tips for Navigating the Map:
- Areas on the map shaded in orange represent properties that the Peconic Land Trust has worked on the conservation. By hovering your mouse over the highlighed areas, the orange will change to light green and the property description will open below the map.
- If you click on the link to the Directory (located in the upper right hand corner), a list of all properties highlighted in all the maps will open, listed by geographic area. Click on a specific project and it will open the appropriate geographic map as well as the project description.
- Properties highlighted in brown represent community lands (churches, cemetaries, school and fire districts, etc.); while properties highlighted in dark green represent other protected lands (e.g., federal, county, state, local and other non-profit conservation organizations).
- Just below the map, a Glossary of Terms used in the project descriptions is included.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact us at 631.283.3195 or email to info@PeconicLandTrust.org.