Conservation Projects

Projects

  • Humes Meadow Restoration

    The Land Alliance acquired the Humes property in Mill Neck on July 10, 2015. The property completes one of the most significant open space corridors on Long Island’s north shore, totaling 150 contiguous acres in the heart of the Beaver Brook watershed. Protection of corridors like Beaver Brook is critically

  • Humes Japanese Stroll Garden

    The Humes Japanese Stroll Garden, a seven-acre gem of landscape design and woodland, provides a retreat for passive recreation and contemplation. This special garden was created by Ambassador and Mrs. John P. Humes following a visit to Japan in 1960. Inspired by their visit, Ambassador Humes purchased the Tea House

  • Roosevelt Community Garden

    North Shore Land Alliance, in partnership with Nassau County and the Long Island Community Foundation, is in the process of establishing a community garden in Roosevelt.  The garden will be on a 10,000-square foot property owned by the County.  The Land Alliance began working with the County and members of