WE PROTECT FARMLANDS THAT PRODUCE HEALTHY LOCAL FOOD
WE PROTECT THE WETLANDS THAT PROTECT OUR BEACHES AND BAYS
WE PROTECT FOREST AND MEADOWS AS HABITAT FOR WILDLIFE
WE PROTECT NATURAL PLACES
FOR PEOPLE TO ENJOY
To conserve and steward Long Island’s natural and historic lands, waters and environmental resources. Through education, outreach and volunteerism, we connect people to nature and inspire a community conservation ethic
The 216-acre Seminary of the Immaculate Conception has been a part of Lloyd Harbor history for centuries. We are very pleased to announce that this incredible natural area filled with mature forest, wetlands and meadows will become a permanent part of our community’s future.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Nassau County (CCE-Nassau) and the Land Alliance have teamed up to provide health and wellness programs in partnership with the Land Alliance Roosevelt Community Garden.
Last year, thanks to a $50,000 grant from the Gerry Charitable Trust, the restoration of the Wawapek greenhouse began. This fall, with the help of our volunteers, we’ve been collecting native wildflower and grass seeds from our preserves to propagate in the greenhouse.