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Westchester Land Trust

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 70 people are interested

Westchester Land Trust is seeking volunteers to help in our garden - weed, plant, dig, water and harvest at our Sugar Hill Farm Headquarters. We meet Tuesdays, 10am - 2pm on the following days:

APRIL 11 & 25
MAY 9 & 23
JUNE 13 & 27
JULY 11 & 25
AUGUST 8 & 22
OCTOBER 10 & 24

WLT is in its sixth year of partnership with Food Bank for Westchester, growing fresh produce on our Bedford Hill campus for their mobile food pantry. We are always in need of additional help to tend the farm. No experience necessary . If you would like to bring a group - we do need some advance notice, to make sure we have enough work & supervision to keep everyone busy and productive!

Westchester Land Trust works together with public and private partners to preserve land in perpetuity, and to protect and enhance the natural resources in our communities. For more information visit:

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About Westchester Land Trust



Mission Statement

Westchester Land Trust conserves land in partnership with private land owners using either conservation easements or private donations of land; helps communities acquire land for public access and parkland; and works with local chapters and community groups to advocate for sound land use planning.


WLT permanently preserves regionally and locally prioritized lands in urban, suburban and rural communities throughout its service territory of Westchester County and eastern Putnam County. Since its founding in 1988 WLT has preserved nearly 9,000 acres of open space, including 32 publicly accessible nature preserves that it owns and manages, and over 75 miles of walking trails in 23 communities. Land conservation projects have been completed on properties ranging from ΒΌ acre to over 600 acres. In addition to partnering with private landowners, WLT partners with the State of New York, Westchester and Putnam County, and local municipal governments to acquire and preserve lands that have been prioritized for preservation. WLT’s protected lands are home to more than 1,300 species of native plants and animals. Land stewardship is an important component of WLT’s mission. WLT regularly conducts land management and habitat restoration projects on publicly accessible lands that it owns or holds conservation easements on.

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403 Harris RoadBedford HIlls, NY 10507



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  • People 55+
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