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.

News

Parslow Grand Opening a Success!
May 26, 2015
Over 40 hikers explored Parslow on Saturday morning.On May 21st, Otsego Land Trust(OLT) along with regional political representatives and representatives from local, state, federal, and funding agencies cut the ribbon on Parslow Road Conservation Area,
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OLT Opens Parslow Road Conservation Area for...
May 15, 2015
OLT is pleased to announce the official grand opening of Parslow Road Conservation Area, an 86 acre public access property on OLT’s Blueway along Oaks Creek.
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OLT Wins 2015 KMVB Award
April 2, 2015
Otsego Land Trust Selected to Receive the 2015 Keep Mohawk Valley Beautiful Distinguished Service Award.
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Programs & Events

Deowongo Island Day - June 6
Celebrate the beginning of the summer season ISLAND STYLE! Join Otsego Land Trust (OLT) on Deowongo Island on Saturday, June 6th for festivities and food.
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Two Row Wampum Film Viewing - June 6
Mohawk Story Teller, Kay Olin, with the two row wampum.OLT is hosting a viewing of the short film Guswenta: Renewing the Two Row Wampum by Gwendolen Cates, Saturday, June 6th at 7pm.
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Springfield Fourth of July Parade - July 4
2014 parade crew. Bruce Johnson PhotographyWant to be part of the longest running July 4th parade in the country?  Join OLT to ride on our float, march alongside or pass out native tree seedlings. Saturday, July 4, Springfield Center.
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My Story

RoemerWetlands

One striking characteristic of Karl Roemer is his concern for the welfare of others, especially the community of Fly Creek, where he resides. His modest home overlooks portions of the scenic wetlands complex that circles the community.


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