Since its inception in 1990, ASA has helped landowners protect a variety of working lands throughout Washington and Rensselaer counties.
of helping landowners conserve their properties.
are now conserved for future farming generations. Forever.
in Washington and Rensselaer counties, NY.
ASA has helped landowners conserve over 30,200 acres on 165 properties . . . and we’re working to reach 45,000 acres by 2030
Since its founding in 1990, the Agricultural Stewardship Association has helped landowners protect a variety of lands in the Upper Hudson Valley. Regardless of size, location, or type of easement, the unifying characteristic of these properties is that they are working lands, actively used for agriculture or forestry. Click for maps of conserved land in Washington and Rensselaer counties.
View our "Protected Lands GIS Map" here
Featured Conservation Story
Swezey View Farm
A Conservation Story
Conserving Land and a Legacy While Securing the Future From the comfort of his front porch, Mike [...]Read More ›
Additional Conservation Stories
Six Generations of Caring for the Land and Each Other BROTHERS Dan and Jim Sheldon’s family [...]Read More ›
Good Farms Make Good Neighbors Just a 20-minute drive from downtown Troy, in the suburbs of [...]Read More ›
Protecting a Property in Perpetuity A 120-acre donated farm provides for the future today For over [...]Read More ›
40 ACRES CONSERVED IN TOWN OF HEBRON John and Peg Underwood, working together with ASA [...]Read More ›