Every community deserves access to natural places. Whether it’s running in the woods, bird watching near a local pond, walking through an open meadow or watching the sun set over the Long Island Sound, being outdoors and aware of the world’s beauty makes people feel healthy and alive. Since 2003, North Shore Land Alliance has worked with local government and the community to create new preserves, provide stewardship services and offer educational programming.
To date, North Shore Land Alliance has been instrumental in the creation and or expansion of the following preserves:
- Cordelia Hepburn Cushman Preserve, 15.5 Acres in Oyster Bay Cove
- Fox Hollow Preserve, 23 acres in Oyster Bay Cove/Laurel Hollow
- James Preserve, 20 acres in Old Brookville – Not Open to the Public
- Hope Goddard Iselin Preserve, 42 acres in Upper Brookville
- Louis C. Clark Sanctuary, 8 acres in Old Brookville
- Shore Road property (former ExxonMobil fueling site), 8 acres in Cold Spring Harbor
- Upper Francis Pond Preserve, 25 acres in Mill Neck
- Wawapek, 32 acres in Cold Spring Harbor
Please help us keep your favorite nature preserves and trails clean and safe for everyone by reporting any issues to firstname.lastname@example.org.