The peak season of fabulous changing foliage will be here before you know it! The changing color of leaves is one of the most spectacular and sought-after sights in our area, drawing “leaf peepers” from all over to take in the sights throughout the northeast.
Read a lovely note from a new supporter along with her 20 Preserve Challenge log and several photos of her journey.
Hi! I’m Aengus Gillespie, rising Albany High School senior and volunteer Preserve Steward of the Normans Kill Preserves which are uniquely situated in the heart of an urban area, at the literal bridge between South Albany and Delmar.
In 2021, MHLC’s Strategic Planning Committee designed a new strategic plan which provided some updates to MHLC, including an updated mission statement, a list of what we value, and four guiding principles for our work into 2026.
With rainy days and plenty of humid, warm temperatures, it’s been a banner year for mushrooms – so here are some basics for the curious preserve traveler.
After more than ten years of work, the final piece of the Helderberg Conservation Corridor–the 237-acre Heldeberg Workshop–has been protected.
The Stony Creek Reservoir—located between Grooms and Crescent Roads, east of Vischer Ferry Road—is nearly 1,000 acres of forested land and almost 365 acres of freshwater.
Sarah has been a member of the MHLC Board of Directors for six years and served as the Board Chair for the last two years.