photo by Nick Zungoli
NEW OCLT NOTE CARDS
2021 Seasonal Notecard Set, Featuring the Photography of Nick Zungoli
These beautiful notecard sets include eight blank notecards and envelopes; two notecards of each season! At $15, all proceeds support the mission of the Orange County Land Trust!
WINE TASTING WITH KEVIN ZRALY
Thurs, Feb 11, 6-7 pm join us via ZOOM for a pre-Valentine’s Day wine tasting featuring Kevin Zraly, the country’s foremost authority on wine and former head sommelier at NYC’s Windows on the World! You and your friends can become ‘one hour wine experts’ while savoring a flight of four wines from the comfort of home! Jay Ungar and Molly Mason play a special performance just for this occasion!
Welcome to the Orange County Land Trust
The Orange County Land Trust, accredited by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission in 2013, has helped protect over 6,000 acres of land through the negotiation of conservation agreements with private land owners, property donations, and the acquisition of private property.
The acreage is comprised of unique meadows, fertile farmlands, stream corridors, wetlands, forests and recreational acres. Many of the properties are open to the public, while others remain private properties with agreements that preclude future development.
Of the properties and preserves open to the public, the land trust organizes frequent hiking and birding activities and has partnered with children and youth organizations in providing educational, conservation-based nature programs.
Job Posting— Executive Director
We’re hiring! The Orange County Land Trust seeks a visionary, dynamic leader to guide the organization to new levels of impact and success. Reporting to the Board of Directors, under the supervision of the Board President, the Executive Director is responsible for the organization’s successful pursuit of its mission, leading the development and execution of the strategic plan, and achieving financial objectives. Primary responsibilities include organizational oversight, fundraising, donor relations, communication and outreach, land protection and stewardship, and board development. This is a full-time exempt position currently responsible for five staff members headquartered in Mountainville, New York.