7 upcoming Westchester Land Trust events that will have you and yours enjoying the sites and sounds of nature

Grow to Share, Sugar Hill Farm Planting Days

Thursday, May 16th

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Tuesday June 4th and Thursday, June 13th, 10 am – 1pm

Sugar Hill Farm, 403 Harris Road, Bedford Hills

Click here for our full Sugar Hill Farm growing schedule!

Westchester Land Trust (WLT) is thrilled to supply neighbors and fellow community members at the Community Center of Northern Westchester with fresh  fruits and veggies from their half-acre Sugar Hill Farm headquarters!

Over the years, WLT’s Sugar Hill Farm garden has produced thousands of pounds of produce that has been distributed to those in need throughout our region. It’s no secret that volunteers are an essential part of the program’s success.

WLT invites you to join them and fellow volunteers, as they grow fresh produce for our neighbors in need! Visit westchesterlandtrust.org or contact Kristen at 914.234.6992 ext. 15 /kristen@westchesterlandtrust.org to RSVP.

Nighttime Nature Detectives

Twilight Story Walk

Friday, May 17th (rain date Saturday, May 18th , 6:30 – 8:00 pm)

6:30 – 8:00 pm

Old Field Preserve, Gucci Street, Waccabuc

Join Westchester Land Trust, the Town of Lewisboro and Lewisboro Library for an evening walk through Old Field Preserve, learning all about the animals that come out to explore during the twilight hours! They will be reading “The Wonderful Habits of Rabbits” by Douglas Florian. A flashlight, and a sturdy pair of shoes are highly recommended for this outdoor adventure!

Visit westchesterlandtrust.org or contact Kristen at 914.234.6992 ext. 15 /kristen@westchesterlandtrust.org to RSVP.

Plant a Pollinator Paradise

Native Gardening 101 w/

Plan It Wild

Saturday, June 15th

10:00 – 11:30 am

Sugar Hill Farm, 403 Harris Road, Bedford Hills

So, you want a lovely, nature-friendly garden, but not sure where to start? Come participate in a live demonstration at Westchester Land Trust’s Sugar Hill Farm with Amanda Bayley from PLAN it WILD and see the step-by-step process in real time!  She will present on habitat gardening, replacing lawn turf with native plants, and how to easily plant a habitat patch in your yard.

WLT will also be on hand share habitat tips and info about Pollinator Pathway, a collaboration between local residents, municipalities,  and conservation organizations, focused on establishing habitat and food sources for pollinating insects and wildlife.

Since its founding in 1988, Westchester Land Trust has preserved nearly 8,400 acres of open space including 775 acres of preserves owned by the organization which are open to the public year-round. Visit westchesterlandtrust.org or contact Kristen at 914.234.6992 ext. 15 /kristen@westchesterlandtrust.org to RSVP.

Westchester Land Trust 2019 Annual Benefit

GlenArbor Golf Club

June 1, 2019

Bedford Hills, NY

WLT’s 2019 Annual Benefit table tickets are completely SOLD OUT!

Individual tickets are selling fast so we encourage you to visit westchesterlandtrust.org to purchase your tickets today.

We look forward to seeing you on

June 1st!

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