Putney Mountain forest floorThe Putney Mountain Association is in the final stages of conserving a critical parcel of land. We need your help.
We have one chance… and it could be gone before we know it.

Can you imagine if we lost another place to walk in the woods with our families and friends, a place to watch the hawks soar?

Do you treasure places that wildlife can call home?

With your help, the Putney Mountain Association will be able to purchase and conserve 144 critical ridgeline acres just south of Putney Mountain.
This property has been owned and loved by the Hannum-O’Connor family since the 1920′s.

Rather than sell this beautiful land for houses or condos, the family has given us a chance to purchase it as under market value.

The good news: We are almost 75% there! Thanks to grants and donations from people like you, we have already received over $300,000 toward the project, including gifts from everyone on the Putney Mountain Association board.

Only $107,000 left to go to conserve this amazing property.

What’s at stake? We have until June 1, 2014 to make this happen — or the property may go on the market for residential development. We need you and your friends and neighbors to donate. Every bit counts.

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Tree identification hike on Putney Mountain
May 31 (rain date of June 1).
Tree identification based upon bark and tree structure.  Meets 10am at the Putney Central School Forest Kiosk.

Holland Hill Area Lands

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