If you love someone who loves the highlands. . . we have the perfect gift!
Looking for a gift for someone special? Or maybe you just want to treat yourself to something unique? Your search is over! Connecting: Celebrating the People and Places of the Hudson Highlands is the perfect gift for anyone who loves the Hudson Highlands. And, your purchase directly supports HHLT's work, ensuring that future generations will enjoy connections to the special places photographed in this beautiful book, just as we do now. It is truly the gift that gives twice! Priced at $85/book, it is available at Boscobel, Garrison Cafe, Putnam History Museum, Jones Farm, Hudson Highlands Nature Museum and Storm King Adventure Tours or at HHLT's online store.
Signed Copies Available for a Limited Time
A limited supply of books signed by photographer Christine Ashburn is available at HHLT's office -- if you would like a signed copy, please act soon, these will only be available while they last.
Discover 25 Treasures of the highlands: HHLT's 25th Anniversary Geocaching Adventure
Join the Hunt! Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunting activity that uses GPS-enabled devices. To find a treasure, hunters use GPS coordinates to locate the area in which the geocache container is hidden and then attempt to find it. HHLT has created the 25 Treasures of the Highlands geocache series to celebrate the Hudson Highlands Land Trust's 25th Anniversary.
The 25 Treasures of the Highlands geocaches have all been placed to spotlight the region’s natural resources, history, and beauty. Can you find them all? First one to locate all 25 Treasures of the Highlands will receive a special prize!
A great way to ensure you know about all the activities and events we offer is to become a member. Membership is free and will guarantee that you receive invitations and announcements about everything that's going on at HHLT during this extra special year. Join now!
HHLT's Proposal to the Garrison Union Free School District Board of Education
On May 20, 2015, Andy Chmar, HHLT's Executive Director, made a presentation regarding the conservation of the Garrison School Forest to the GUFS Board of Education at their regular meeting. While about two dozen residents attended the meeting, several people have expressed interest in seeing the slides from the presentation. They are available here, along with a map, and an informational document that lays out the details and answers some questions related to the proposal that was prepared independantly by a Garrison School parent, Jill Lake Corson, who is interested in the project. Any Garrison School District residents wishing for more information on this proposal should feel free to contact the Land Trust. We are happy to answer questions.