All Things Small in Nature Photo Contest
Did you ever think that the healthy land and waters that sustains us also sustains the little plants and critters? OLT in partnership with the Butternut Valley Alliance is pleased to recognize the small things in nature by dedicating the theme of this year’s photo contest to “All Things Small in Nature.”
Brookwood Capital Campaign Gains Steam
Brookwood Point, a beautiful 22-acre property on Otsego Lake, has a rich cultural history filled with the kinds of stories that define the Glimmerglass historical region.
Brookwood Point is also a unique natural area that boasts historic manicured gardens, a carriage trail, and walking trails.
It is the first access point for the Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail that begins on Otsego Lake and extends all the way down the Susquehanna to the Chesapeake Bay.
OLT Seeks Old Photos of Brookwood Point
Thanks to the generous contribution of $15,000 in pro bono services by Templeton Landscape and Architecture Planning, Otsego Land Trust (OLT) is piecing together the rich historical and ecological history of Brookwood Point, a 22-acre former estate within the Glimmerglass Historic District on Otsego Lake.
- Employment Opportunity
- "Water, Water Everywhere" Photo Contest Winners are Announced
- OLT Announces New Executive Director
- Otsego Land Trust Announces Land Protection Record for 2012!
- Otsego Land Trust Receives Grant From Canadian Bank
- Job Announcement: Administrative Assistant
- Local Boy Scout works on Eagle Scout Project at Brookwood
- Fishing & Canoe Access Opens on Susquehanna River