Mehoopany Twp, Wyoming
This 38-acre property of hemlock and hardwood forests runs for nearly one-half mile along Mehoopany Creek in a little valley of the Endless Mountains in Mehoopany Township, Wyoming County. The bluff along the stream rises nearly 100 feet and is covered with moss, fern and lush vegetation. The property is now a protected riparian buffer.READ MORE ABOUT THE PROPERTY >
Community Stewardship Award - 2013
Congratulations go out to Bear Creek Village for their conservation efforts in helping to conserve 139 acres in their community. They are the recipients of this years NBLT Community Stewardship Award.
Pictured left to right are: Eb Faber, Bob Lawrence, Paul Lumia, Dr. James Merryman, Ann Lewis, Bob SmithREAD THE FULL STORY > SEE ALL NEWS >
North Branch Land Trust Membership Renewal for 2013-2014
Thanks go out to all our donors and supporters! With your financial contribution in support of land conservation in our communities, we raised over $120,000.00 this past year. That is a great accomplishment! Our fiscal year ends in June so we will be sending out membership renewal letters to you at the end of that month. Thanks again! We could not conserve important natural areas in our communities without your financial support!
North Branch Land Trust – Preserving the Nature of Our RegionREAD THE FULL STORY > SEE ALL EVENTS >
Consevation Subdivision = Better Land Use
Many of our planning methods and zoning codes are based on archaic land use guidelines that have not been updated for many, many years. Because of this, we are very inefficient in the way we develop our open space. These inefficiencies lead to burdensome expenses that the municipality often times cannot cope with. Conservation Subdivisions represent a better way to develop our land that can ultimately reduce municipal expenses.READ THE FULL STORY >
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