Registration Open for 2016 Oak Tree Race

Registration Open for 2016 Oak Tree Race

iJune 1, 2016

Secure your spot in the 2016 Oak Tree Race: Click Here to Register Today!

The same great race, at the same great price.  100% of proceeds support local conservation projects!

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500 Enjoy Spectacular Blubells

500 Enjoy Spectacular Blubells

iMay 9, 2016

Over 500 people from 50 different communities participated in the 2016 Bluebell Hikes on Mothers Day weekend.  The bloom was perfect and provided a terrific reward for those making the 3.5 mile trip through field, forest, and mud to see the site.  The property was protected by the Lloyd family… Read more...


Honeybee Democracy: How a Swarm of Bees Chooses Its Home - JUNE 10th

Honeybee Democracy: How a Swarm of Bees Chooses Its Home - JUNE 10th

iMay 9, 2016

Honeybees are under major threat.  Hear from Nationally renowned biologist Dr. Thomas D. Seeley about his work in the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior at Cornell University on the behavior of Honeybee swarms and the current state of bees.  The talk is free, but Conservancy members are encouraged to reserve… Read more...


Railroad Bed Trail Repairs Complete

Railroad Bed Trail Repairs Complete

iJanuary 15, 2016

In July of 2014, heavy rains that reached a 100-year event level did extensive damage to the Railroad Bed Trail in Avon.  A major 15ft wide by 15ft deep washout was created along a section of creek running below the trail, just south of South Avon Road.  Another area further… Read more...


25th Anniversary Slideshow

25th Anniversary Slideshow

iDecember 28, 2015

 

View images of a few of the important conservation projects and events from our first 25 years.

 

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