Conserving Long Island

What's New

Sagg Pond Watershed

Please join us on Tuesday December 14th at 7pm on Zoom as we share some exciting updates on our work at Sagg Pond.
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Wading River Initiative

For 100 years, the Condzella family has farmed in Wading River. Join the Trust to permanently protect this farmland!
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Sugar Loaf Hill Summit — Sacred Land of Shinnecock People Protected

This most sacred site has been protected from future development and will be restored.
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New Kiosks Installed!

On your next visit to Bridge Gardens, you’ll discover something new - three informational kiosks! All information featured in the kiosks is written in both English and Spanish. Be sure to check them out, and let us know what you think!
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What's New

Deep Hole Creek Parcel Under Contract

Since July, the Trust has been working with the Koehler family to find a conservation alternative to the development of their 15-acre parcel along Deep Hole Creek in Mattituck. The Trust is now in contract to purchase the property.
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What's New

Georgica Pond Preserve

Thanks to a generous donation by Katharine Rayner, the Trust has acquired and has begun remediation and restoration of a 1.4 acre property on the corner of Montauk Highway and Wainscott Stone Road.
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Our Mission

The Peconic Land Trust works to conserve Long Island’s working farms, natural lands, and heritage for our communities now and in the future.

Your gifts make this possible!

Consider a lasting legacy by making a bequest to the Trust in your will and join the Peconic Legacy Circle. Learn more.

Thank you for your support!

Sprout

1983

year we were incorporated

Many Sprouts

13,000

acres conserved

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580

individual projects

Nature Study

95

nature preserves

Our Work

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