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Saving Our Lands Anniversary Tour

Saturday, October 5, 2024 11:00am – 2:30pm ~ Welcome Reception & Check-in 11:00am – 4:00pm ~ Self-Guided Tour: Includes historic barns and some of the region’s most beautiful landscapes and ecologically important lands protected by Winnakee Land Trust in the last 35 years 4:00-6:00 pm ~ After Party Reception The beloved Winnakee Barn Tour tradition...
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THE CANOPY – Winnakee News, February 2024

In this issue: View full edition Winnakee Awarded $1,086,957 DEC Grant to Protect Another 142 Acres Along the Saw Kill – Winnakee Land Trust Winnakee Moves to New Sustainable Headquarters in Rhinebeck Village! – Winnakee Land Trust The Understory Blog: Join us when amphibians come out on BIG NIGHT! – Winnakee Land Trust Saw Kill...
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Join us when amphibians come out on BIG NIGHT!

by Uri Perrin, Senior Director of Advancement & External Affairs It’s getting close to that delightful time of year when a walk through the woods can offer a chorus of frogs, and as winter wanes after a few warm nights, followed by rain – Big Night! Big Night, otherwise known as the Amphibian Migration and...
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Winnakee Moves to New Sustainable Headquarters in Rhinebeck Village!

Earlier this month, Winnakee relocated to the heart of Rhinebeck Village at 7 Livingston Street (otherwise known as the historic house with pollinator gardens behind Terrapin). Owned by Jeffrey Scales and sustainably managed according to Green America Green Business principles with his partner Leola Specht, this 1895 building has been beautifully renovated with a dedication to maintaining a...
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This Earth Week: Volunteer to Extend Saw Kill Trails

Upcoming dates: Every Thursday from 5pm-7pm Please contact Jen@winnakee.org or Samantha@winnakee.org with questions or to sign up for an event. WHERE: Meet at trailhead on Fir St off Aspinwall Rd. Parking is on the park side of the road. Directions to Fir St Trailhead: From Red Hook Rec Park West, turn left onto Linden Ave. Turn...
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BIG NIGHT 2024: Help us, help amphibians cross the road

WHAT Winnkaee is thrilled to promote the Department of Environmental Conservation’s Amphibian Migration and Road Crossing (AM&RC) program, aka “Big Night.” We will be counting amphibians and helping them cross the road to reach their breeding vernal pools! Become a citizen scientist and help save amphibians when they migrate to lay eggs in spring vernal...
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