Oak Trees Planted in Geneseo

Oak Trees Planted in Geneseo

iNovember 23, 2017

Thanks to the generosity and foresight by Geneseo resident Sally Wood, ten white oak trees have been planted along roads in the town of Geneseo.

This week the Conservancy had 10 trees planted along public roads to provide visual and environmental benefits, for today, and decades to come.  The most… Read more...


Conservancy Leads 9th Agricultural Tour

Conservancy Leads 9th Agricultural Tour

iNovember 15, 2017

Public officials in Livingston County traveled together by bus on Friday, September 29, to visit a diverse collection of local farms. The Livingston County Decision Makers Agricultural Tour was organized by the Genesee Valley Conservancy, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to conserving valuable natural resources and strengthening connections between people and… Read more...


Oak Tree Funds Education of All Ages

Oak Tree Funds Education of All Ages

iJuly 22, 2017

As a charitable race, 100% of registration fees support the non-profit work of the Genesee Valley Conservancy.  This work includes providing public access and educational opportunities.

The Half Marathon and 5K start next to the John W. Chanler Island Preserve.  This 40acre nature preserve has over a mile of public… Read more...


Help Save the Big Tree

Help Save the Big Tree

iJuly 21, 2017

Genesee Valley Conservancy is partnering with the Livingston County Historical Society to preserve the last remaining section of The Big Tree.

Oak trees are and have been an important part of the Genesee Valley region dating back to the Senecas who simply called the area “Big Tree”.  One particularly large… Read more...


Half Marathon Passes Research Reserve

Half Marathon Passes Research Reserve

iJuly 6, 2017

The Oak Tree Half Marathon course passes the Research Reserve, a 460acre property on Nations Road that hosts a partnership between the private landowner, SUNY Geneseo, and Genesee Valley Conservancy.  This property is opened to SUNY Geneseo faculty and students to conduct research and class projects throughout the year.

From… Read more...


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