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Fully completed in the summer of 2017, the Angle Fly Preserve Nature Walk and Scavenger Hunt seeks to provide a fun and interactive experience for all visitors to Angle Fly. The goal is to cater especially to families and children, … Continue reading
This work was published as a result of Jacob Adler’s Eagle Scout Project On July 6th, 1953, this property that belonged to Michael Lynch was sold to Regina K. Fox, ending the 50 or so years that the land existed … Continue reading
(Somers, NY) – The family of Robert and Christine Beshar, former owners of the iconic Stone House Farm on Somerstown Road north of Somers hamlet, donated the open land adjoining their beloved Stone House on Friday, April 21st to the … Continue reading
Original Release: January 25, 2016 For Immediate Release Hudson to Housatonic Conservation Initiative Becomes a Regional Conservation Partnership At a September meeting of Hudson to Housatonic (H2H) Conservation Initiative partners, the group announced that it has become a regional conservation … Continue reading
Don’t miss the Annual Meeting on Sunday, January 22 at 2:00 pm. Learn about the progress on the Reynolds House and the exciting plans your Land Trust has for Angle Fly Preserve in the year ahead.
There was a time, long ago and 500 miles away, when I saw marvelous things in the woods: countless small trees rushing up to meet their taller kinfolk, shrubs sheltering invisible twittering birds, blankets of bright wildflowers changing through the … Continue reading
Jimmy, a sixth grader in Mrs. Antonnucci’s class at Somers Middle School asked: “What poisonous plants should I be aware of in Westchester?” This is an important question because some plants should not be eaten while others should not even … Continue reading
This is the second column inspired by questions from Mrs. Antonucci’s 6th grade class at Somers Middle School. This week I will attempt to do justice to Laura’s question, “What kinds of birds are in Somers?” There are many ways … Continue reading
Nature is a rich and generous educator. Simply walking though the woods, into a meadow or along a stream stimulates the curious mind. Simple questions arise that lead to knowledge, insight and ever-deeper questions. On the same walk, one can … Continue reading