Genesee Land Trust preserves and protects natural lands and waterways that enhance the quality of life in the Greater Rochester region -- providing wildlife habitat, locally grown food, and connections to nature. It does so by acquiring property or development rights and by assisting government agencies, individuals, and private groups with their own land protection efforts. It currently protects over 5,000 acres of woods, wetlands, farmland, sensitive habitat and has created green pockets in the city. Priorities are: Protecting the North Coast (along Lake Ontario); Local Farms/Local Food; and Connecting to Nature in the City. Nearly 1,000 families are members of the Trust.
computer, laptop for intern use
folding chairs and tables, lightweight
garage storage space for wheelbarrows and tools
LCD monitors, wide-screen
pop-up canopy tents or tent bags
projector for PowerPoint outreach and other presentations
pruning saws, hand clippers
Preserve Stewards: to help manage and monitor the lands that Genesee Land Trust protects.
Assist at work parties on our trails and preserves.
Information reviewed by agency 8/16/18. (Wish List updated.)