Conserving Land • Protecting Resources
Since 1987

Below find testimonials from visitors and volunteers who have explored and contributed to the Rensselear Land Trust over the years. Click the pagination buttons to cycle through them.

  • Sometimes I just start a trail and see where it leads me.” David Gaskell, Kinderhook Creek Nature Preserve, Nassau
  • We’re very happy to have donated this easement and be working in partnership with Rensselaer Land Trust. We love this land, and it’s an important part of our legacy to ensure that our bit of the Rensselaer Plateau remains a friendly habitat to the frogs, salamanders, fish, woodcocks, pheasants, bobwhites, occasional bobcats, and all of the other wildlife. The easement also protects the history and future of the land and the barn by allowing responsible traditional use of the fields, forest, and structures.” Bill and Teresa Holliday, Ridgeline Conservation Easement, Stephentown.
  • Volunteer and member Steve Longtin recently commented about being on Rensselaer Land Trust’s Acquisitions Committee: “It’s a nice thing to do for the land trust, it does not require a lot of time, and I get out and see new parts of the county – it’s a win-win for everyone!”
  • Several neighbors have already told me how happy they are that I put the land in conservation easement. I’m glad that many of my neighbors seem to share my appreciation for how beautiful the area is and want to maintain it that way rather than see it developed.” Alice LeBlanc, Randall Creek Conservation Easement, Stephentown.
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