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“We need a critical mass of viable agricultural lands close to our communities. Our success in protecting these farmlands is vital to a bright, balanced and thriving future, as development and construction present mounting challenges region-wide.
In this time of economic uncertainty it is particularly important for us to make a special effort to support important organizations such as ASA, offering them moral support, financial resources, and our own time and energy whenever and wherever possible. I hope you will join me in supporting ASA in whatever way you can.”
The Latest NEWS
Ruth Hill's conservation dreams are made a reality; 195 acres protected on family farm in Schaghticoke.
Five generations of Jill Collins' ancestors have worked these highly productive flat crop fields and pasturelands for over 100 years.
158 acres conserved in the town of Easton