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Upcoming Events

Nov 20, ThanksGator Week ----------------------------------------
Nov 29, Managing Your Woods ----------------------------------------
Dec 4, State Farmland Protection Grant Informational Workshop in Greenwich ----------------------------------------
Dec 5, State Farmland Protection Grant Informational Workshop in Troy ----------------------------------------
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Get Involved

There are so many different ways to get involved with ASA

There are so many different ways to get involved with ASA --- one of them is bound to suit you perfectly! Contact Katie Jilek for more information about any of these opportunities.


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3-bikers-by-corn-d-kraussASA events are a great way to meet some interesting people while also learning something new or just having fun. Many of our events are especially designed to be family-friendly. Come out and join us for any or all of our upcoming events.





Spread the Word

ASA-Eased-property-10Introduce your friends and neighbors to land conservation by hosting an informational gathering with ASA staff and Board members. Call ASA at 518-692-7285 to set up a date.

The Latest NEWS

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Happy Kids Farm

Patrick and Peggy McLenithan donate their development rights on Happy Kids Farm to ASA. "I couldn't see it destroyed. It would have eaten my soul. This land is meant to be farmed."  - Patrick


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Philpott Farm

Preserving the agricultural heritage of our community and keeping this land available for farming in the future has always been our goal.” – Carleton Philpott

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Laughing Earth

"We live in a populated area and we are really happy to know that this land will be here, capable of producing food forever." – Annie Metzger



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