From 40 to Forever

The Peconic Land Trust celebrates 40 years of conservation this year. Since 1983, the Trust has conserved nearly 14,000 acres of woodlands, farmlands, wetlands, meadows, sacred lands, historic properties, and more with its many partners – securing millions of dollars from the public and private sectors for land protection. These lands grow healthy food, protect drinking water, provide places to restore our minds, bodies and spirits, and provide healthy communities for all creatures to live. 

In our 40th year, we’ll be hosting a broad array of programs that will bring the community to properties across the East End – with our 40 for 40 Connections. Hikes on nature trails, visits to farms, and programs where we’ll share tips on protecting our water quality and growing healthy sustainable environments are being planned now, along with programs for families and people of all ages to bring a conservation ethic home. 

Visit our website calendar to join us this Spring. 


Visit our online calendar and blog

for the latest updates on all the programs we offer. 





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