North Shore Land Alliance
[spacer][bullet]Why We Work to Protect
[spacer]Open Space
[spacer][bullet]Land Protection Goals
[spacer][bullet]Conservation Approach
[spacer][bullet]NSLA Organization
[spacer][bullet]How to Protect Land
[spacer][bullet]Draft Conservation
[spacer][bullet]Tax Advantages
  [bullet] Model Ordinances
[spacer][bullet]Volunteer to Help
[spacer][bullet]Join the NSLA Legacy Club
[spacer][bullet]Start a Local NSLA Chapter
[spacer][bullet]Conserve Your Own Land
[spacer][bullet]Purchase a Property for
[spacer][bullet]Encourage Others to
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[spacer]NEWS & EVENTS
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Organization of the NSLA


Board of Trustees

Trustee Emeritus

Daniel P. Davison

Carter Bales, Chair
John Bralower, Vice-Chair
Hal Davidson, Vice-Chair
Hoyle Jones, Vice-Chair
Luis Rinaldini, Vice-Chair
Hollis Russell, Secretary
Rosemary Bourne, Treasurer

Elizabeth Ainslie
Peter Bartley
Matt Bruderman
Frank Castagna
Gilbert Chapman III
Leland Deane
Gussie Donohue
Nancy Douzinas
George Eberle
Max Geddes
Nancy Kelley
Warren Kraft
Tom Lieber
Bridget Macaskill
Tom McGrath
Clarence Michalis
Jonathan Moore
Judy Murray
Peter Quick
Patsy Randolph
Julie Rinaldini
Larry Schmidlapp
Ray Schuville
Frank Segarra
Hope Smith
Zach Taylor
Paula Weir
Peri Wenz
Tom Zoller

{spacer} Advisory Board
Mike Blumenfeld, Residents for a More Beautiful Port Washington
Ann Cannell, Volunteer
Judith Chapman, North Shore Wildlife Sanctuary
Katusha Davison, Advisor
Mark Fasciano, Managing Director Canrock Ventures
Louise Harrison, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Neal Lewis, The Neighborhood Network
Bob MacKay, S.P.L.I.A. or The Society for the Preservation Long  Island Antiquities

Sarah Meyland, Professor, New York Institute of Technology
B arry Osborn,
Peter Schiff, Advisor
John Turner, Town of Brookhaven Open Space Commission
Rick Webel
, Advisor
Richard Weir, Cornell Professor

Lisa Ott, President
Julie Davidson, Dir. Development
Jane Jackson, Associate Director
Carol Schmidlapp, Associate Director
Mimi DeSena, Bookkeeper
Andrea Millwood, Office Manager


The Nature ConservancyOur Collaboration with The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy ("TNC") with its years of successful land preservation activity, supports the NSLA's efforts by providing expert counsel and training on land conservation issues. This very important collaboration supports both organizations goals by ensuring that large and small properties on Long Island's North Shore will be preserved in perpetuity.

Our Other Collaborations
The NSLA will work with local government, conservation-minded civic organizations and individuals to protect the rapidly declining open spaces on the North Shore of Long Island.

Included in those groups are the
Nassau County Executive's Office,
Nassau County Parks Department,
Towns of Huntington,
Oyster Bay,
North Hempstead,
All North Shore Villages,
Senator Carl Marcellino,
Town of Oyster Bay S.E.A. Fund,
Land Trust Alliance,
League of Conservation Voters,
Long Island Pine Barrens Society,
North Shore Wildlife Sanctuary
Residents for A More Beautiful Port Washington,
Friends of the Bay,
Oyster Bay Civic Association
T.R. Sanctuary
Bailey Arboretum,
Trust for Public Lands,
Long Island Drinking Water Coalition
Renewable Energy Long Island
with many more to come.

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