Connecting People with that land that sustains us

  • The FUTURE: OLT protects land and water for us now -
    and 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 the protection of farms & forests.

News

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. The $30,000 NPS grant is matched by a $30,000 award from the Scriven Foundation.
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Landowners Link and Protect Land
October 22, 2014
Otsego Land Trust and Cooperstown resident, Cat Gareth, have completed an easement protecting her 15 wooded acres of creek frontage on Oleout Creek in Delaware County.
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OLT Hires New Land Protection Project Manager
September 25, 2014
OLT is pleased and excited to announce that our staff has grown!  Ethan Rubenstein joins our team as Land Protection Project Manager.
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Programs & Events

Fly Tie Workshop
October 22, 2014
Streamers, dry flies and emergers - learn how to tie the fly that is going to land you the BIG one! Thursday, December 11th, 6pm.
Rum Hill Biodiversity Hike
October 22, 2014
When talking ecosystem, Rum Hill has a little of everything!  Come see for yourself on a refreshing hike through the property, not often open to the public.  Monday, November 10, 10am.
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Brookwood Fall Clean Up
September 25, 2014
Join the community on Saturday, October 25th, 10AM - 1PM to put Brookwood to bed for the winter.
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My Story

Zeiners

In recent years, the Land Trust has made it a strategic priority to protect interconnecting lands, thereby preserving larger areas as a whole. For example, a corner of the Zeiners’ Dimmock Hollow Farm borders the 1,100-acre General Jacob Morris State Forest.


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