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 21,099 acres on 130 properties . . . and we’re working to reach 24,000 acres in the next 3 years.
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.
A Conservation Story
ASA’s first conserved property in Hartford, New York When Mark and Lynne Faille first started [...]Read More ›