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We are graciously accepting new or used tool donations for our upcoming invasive species management program on Joppenbergh Mountain.  Work will begin in April of 2018 and we need to be well-equipped!

Can you help us out? 

We Are Seeking:

Tool sharpeners (2)
Heavy duty tarps (6)
Pick-Mattocks (5)
Shovels (5)
Spades (5)
Hand pruners (15)
Folding saws (7)
Hand cultivators (15)
Large watering cans  (5)
Bug Spray for personal use (3)
TECNU Cleanser (2 32-oz containers)
Orange Vests (30)
Wheelbarrows or wagons with heavy-duty wheels (3)

 

Donated Materials in New or Good Condition are Very Appreciated

Please call our office at: (845)255-2761 or eThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to arrange for drop-off or pick-up!  
All contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Wallkill Valley Land Trust is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization EIN: 22-2867070.

 Thank you!

-WVLT Staff
 

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We are ever grateful to the donors that help us protect and monitor the lands in Southern Ulster County, and we would not be here today without your help!


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Wallkill Valley Land Trust

P.O. Box 208

New Paltz, NY 12561

Michelle Volunteer House Tour 2017 New Paltz

The Wallkill Valley Land Trust (WVLT) invites you to volunteer for its 8th annual historic house tour, Houses on the Land: Plattekill’s Rural Treasures: Houses, Hamlets, Crossings and Byways. This year’s tour explores the fascinating history, families, agriculture, and cultural heritage of the town of Plattekill winding through richly varied countryside via its many crossings and hamlets - New Hurley, Modena, Ardonia, Clintondale and Plattekill, a rarely explored and little-known land-locked region between Gardiner, Shawangunk, Marlboro and Lloyd. The day begins with registration and a tour of the beautiful New Hurley Reformed Church. Featured houses are among the town’s most interesting and unusual vernacular treasures from the 19th to the 20th centuries, highlighting the Greek Revival aesthetic and its diverse vernacular expressions. A great adventure awaits us!

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As a volunteer, you will join a small team of docents for one of two shifts at one of the houses on the tour. Docents help to monitor and safeguard the homes, direct traffic flow, enforce rules, and share their knowledge of their assigned home’s history and architectural features, thereby enhancing the tour’s reputation as an interesting, enjoyable and smoothly run event. As a thank you for your service, volunteers receive admission to the tour and the reception following.

Have an idea about a lecture or hike for the Land Trust? We'd love to hear about it!

Want to help out on the trails?

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