• hot summer reads

    In need of a summer reading book?  Summer staff picks from PLAN are here to help!

  • nys invasive species week recap

    In case you missed it, this week was NYS Invasive Species Week.  So we decided to share some of the local nuisances. Click below to learn more about some of the invasive fish, flowers and other species in your backyard. Zebra Mussels and Water Chestnuts Yellow Flag Iris and Mute Swan Invasive Fish Invasive Flowers… Read More 

  • invasive fish

    Have you ever caught these pesky fish?

  • re-accreditation notice

    Saratoga PLAN is pleased to announce it is applying for renewal of accreditation by the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an independent program of the Land Trust Alliance.

  • nys climate bill

    New York has become the most ambitious state in the U.S. when it comes to setting benchmarks for climate action

  • Palmertown Report Released

    Saratoga PLAN, partnering with the Open Space Institute and Alta Planning and Design, has released a report outlining a conservation and recreation strategy for the Southern Palmertown Region. The report is based on findings from community engagement events, academic research, stakeholder interviews, surveys, and lots of hard work. A series of community engagement events brought citizens and experts together to explore the ecosystems of the Southern Palmertown area. These events were supported by funding from New York State’s Conservation Partnership Program for land trusts, helping to accomplish New York’s Open Space goals. The events were followed up by two surveys and key stakeholder interviews.

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