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  • Don’t Get Ticked Off by Ticks

    We’ve all heard the age old saying “April Showers Bring May Flowers,” though most of us aren’t aware that the damp and warming weather also brings ticks (and tick-borne diseases). As you’re enjoying the great outdoors this tick season, we’d like you and your family to stay safe.

  • Spring & Summer Trail Etiquette

    Spring is here! We can finally feel it, smell it, and see it blooming all around us. With this warm weather comes new life to the forests and fields that we know and love, both in the natural sense, and in the return of the visitors who have been less encouraged to get outside these past winter months. We hope everyone finds time to get outside and explore the extensive trail network within Saratoga County and beyond, but before you do, be sure you are aware of the proper trail etiquette that is expected of all users throughout the warm-weather hiking season:

  • Herons and Ospreys and Owls, oh my!

    The Ballston Creek Preserve has become known for its thriving Great Blue Heron rookery. But did you know that other feathered-friends can be found nesting at this preserve?

  • We’re Buying a Farm!

    The 166-Acre Pitney Farm in Saratoga Springs will be conserved by Saratoga PLAN!

  • Submit a Photo!

    Brrr!!! As Saratoga County residents, we’re used to the cold…

  • Saratoga in Winter

    The weather outside doesn’t have to be frightful…

  • Welcome to Our New Website

    Welcome to Saratoga PLAN’s new blog –your source for staying up-to-date on the many exciting developments that take place within our organization!

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