Connecting People with that land that sustains us

  • The FUTURE: OLT protects land and water for
    our children and theirs.
  • NURTURE: Connect your kids to nature at OLT's programs
    or at our Blueway public access sites.
  • EXPLORE: Visit OLT's Blueway public access sites
    and hike, paddle, fish, bird watch and explore in nature.
  • EXPERIENCE: Enjoy OLT's programs and
    connect to a love of land and water.
  • DISCOVER: Keep your eyes open for the miracles of our region.
  • CONSERVE: Support OLT and protect farms & forests.


OLT Named to Nat'l. Land Trust Excellence Program
December 12, 2014
Otsego Land Trust distinguished as part of NY Land Trust “Excellence Cohort” by the Land Trust Alliance.
Green Lodging Partnership Announced
November 17, 2014
OLT announces the launch of the Green Lodging Partnership Program, a partnership between local lodgings and OLT’s land protection mission.
OLT Receives NPS Funds for Brookwood Point
October 22, 2014
OLT has received a $30,000 award from the National Park Service Chesapeake Bay Office to design and implement universal canoe/kayak access at Brookwood Point on Otsego Lake.

Programs & Events

Presentation on Pacific Crest Trail - Jan. 14,...
Our very own Manique Talaia-Murray is fresh off the Pacific Crest Trail and eager to share the stories of her amazing adventure hiking the west coast!  Clark Sports Center board room at 7pm, Wednesday, January 14th.
X-Country Ski & Snowshoe - Jan. 24, 2015
Come explore the beautiful winter wonderland of Greenwoods Conservancy.  Don't hide from the chill in the air - mingle with it.  Float across the snow on skis or snowshoes and see what makes Greenwoods such a special protected property.
GBBC & Bird House Building - Feb. 14, 2015
This Valentine's Day, join OLT in showing the love for our feathered friends!  Meet at Brookwood Point on Saturday, February 14th at 9am to participate in the Great Backyard Bird Count.


My Story

Eric and Marina Bravin walk their conservation talk, and they are involved with Otsego Land Trust on several levels. Because they both work at Bassett, they have enjoyed the views of the growing network of conservation lands along Red Creek on the hills east of Cooperstown, which are visible ...



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