Calendar

May
6
Sat
Guided Field Walk in Yorktown @ Hunter Brook Preserve
May 6 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Discover a hidden retreat along this important tributary to the Croton Reservoir. Registration is Required 

Full details provided upon RSVP.
May
25
Thu
Guided Field Walk in Pound Ridge @ Westchester Wilderness Walk / Zofnass Family Preserve
May 25 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

 

Get acquainted with this 150-acre biological gem. Registration is Required 

Full details provided upon RSVP.
Guided Field Walk in Waccabuc @ Pine Croft Meadow Preserve
May 25 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Pine Croft Preserve
Pine Croft is a gently sloping, open meadow full of native grasses, wildflowers, rushes, sedges, and shrubs. The trail is a simple path that runs along the driveway into the preserve, crossing a small bridge over a stream and then following a mowed path through the meadow.
Registration is Required 

Full details provided upon RSVP.
Jun
3
Sat
Guided Field Walk in Lewisboro @ Frederick P. Rose Preserve
Jun 3 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Frederick P. Rose Preserve, LewisboroFrederick P. Rose Preserve
C
overing woods, old fields and wetlands, the Frederick P. Rose Preserve is a key link in the Eastern Westchester Biotic Corridor, a 22,000-acre swath of land noted for its regionally-important diversity of wildlife.
Registration is Required 

Full details provided upon RSVP.
Jun
17
Sat
Annual Benefit celebrating Women in Conservation @ Sugar Hill Farm
Jun 17 @ 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Join us at our Annual Benefit when we spotlight “Women in Conservation” at our historic Sugar Hill Farm property. This promises to be a fun-filled event with dinner, dancing and live and silent auctions.

We will also celebrate three amazing women, Susan Carpenter, Norma Silva, and Aimée Whitman whose generosity of expertise, time, and spirit continue to have lasting impacts on the protection and active conservation of land in our community.

Funds raised at the event will enable WLT to protect environmentally-critical open space in Westchester and eastern Putnam counties.

Jun
22
Thu
Guided Field Walk in Pound Ridge @ Westchester Wilderness Walk / Zofnass Family Preserve
Jun 22 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

 

 

Get acquainted with this 150-acre biological gem. Registration is Required 

Full details provided upon RSVP.
Jul
8
Sat
Guided Field Walk in Mamaroneck @ Otter Creek Preserve
Jul 8 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

 

 

 

The Otter Creek Preserve is located along a three-mile stretch of coastline on the Long Island Sound within which is found 90 percent of the remaining productive salt marshes in Westchester County. The vibrant mix of coastal waters, marsh, wooded wetlands and uplands, vernal pool, and edge habitats, makes the Preserve an important site for migratory birds, marine life, insects, reptiles and amphibians, fish, and mammals.

Registration is Required 

Full details provided upon RSVP.
Jul
27
Thu
Guided Field Walk in Mamaroneck @ Otter Creek Preserve
Jul 27 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

 

 

 

The Otter Creek Preserve is located along a three-mile stretch of coastline on the Long Island Sound within which is found 90 percent of the remaining productive salt marshes in Westchester County. The vibrant mix of coastal waters, marsh, wooded wetlands and uplands, vernal pool, and edge habitats, makes the Preserve an important site for migratory birds, marine life, insects, reptiles and amphibians, fish, and mammals.

Registration is Required

Full details provided upon RSVP.
Aug
5
Sat
Guided Field Walk in Lewisboro @ Old Church Lane Preserve
Aug 5 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Old Church Lane Preserve
Situated on a dirt road in a relatively remote area of Lewisboro, the preserve encompasses extensive wetlands amid upland deciduous forest, ridges, and rock outcrops. An impressive shrub wetland – partially open, partially wooded – lies alongside the road over calcareous (limestone or marble) soil. Trees are interspersed throughout, and an abundance of berry-producing shrubs makes for excellent habitat for songbirds and other wildlife. A ridge separates the wetland near the road from a red maple swamp on the east side of the preserve. Large rocks covered in foliose lichens tumble down the ridge’s eastern slope creating excellent habitat for snakes and other wildlife.
Registration is Required 
Full details provided upon RSVP.
Aug
24
Thu
Guided Field Walk in Lewisboro @ Frederick P. Rose Preserve
Aug 24 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Frederick P. Rose Preserve, LewisboroFrederick P. Rose Preserve
C
overing woods, old fields and wetlands, the Frederick P. Rose Preserve is a key link in the Eastern Westchester Biotic Corridor, a 22,000-acre swath of land noted for its regionally-important diversity of wildlife.
Registration is Required 

Full details provided upon RSVP.