Oak Tree Supports Local Conservation

Oak Tree Supports Local Conservation

iJune 10, 2017

While I cannot think of a better way to spend Sunday morning of Labor Day weekend then out running in the beautiful Genesee Valley, there is another important reason to run the Oak Tree.  100% of the entry fees support the not-for-profit Genesee Valley Conservancy.

The Genesee Valley is home… Read more...


Spring 2017 Newsletter

Spring 2017 Newsletter

iJune 7, 2017

View our spring 2017 newsletter.

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Registration Open for 2017 Oak Tree Race

Registration Open for 2017 Oak Tree Race

iJune 1, 2017

Secure your spot in the 2017 Oak Tree Race: Click Here to Register Today!

  • Register today at 2016 early bird prices!  Prices will increase in July, August, and September.
  • 100% of proceeds support non-profit conservation efforts like the Indian Fort Nature Preserve.
  • Student groups/teams of 10+… Read more...

National Science Foundation to Support Oak Tree Research

National Science Foundation to Support Oak Tree Research

iMay 31, 2017

A major research project is underway seeking a better understanding of the ecological and cultural significance of the Genesee Oaks, and more broadly, changes in oak-dominated forests in the northeastern United States. Funded by the National Science Foundation, the three-year research project is a collaborative effort involving Dr. David Robertson… Read more...


Bluebell Hike Details

Bluebell Hike Details

iApril 25, 2017

On May 6th, Genesee Valley Conservancy will host two hikes to see the beautiful bluebell flowers in Geneseo.

This privately owned protected property has a patch of flowers that will excite first-timers and returning visitors alike. 

Two hikes will leave from Nations Road.  The first departs at 10:00am and the… Read more...


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