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The New Baltimore Conservancy Offers Something for Everyone
The New Baltimore Conservancy is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to conserving and enhancing the natural, cultural, and historic resources in and around New Baltimore NY.
Discover New Baltimore Conservancy
The NBC is a community-led NGO that provides a variety of experiences for people of all ages. Join us at our annual events like the Taste of History, Wine and Cheese, Barn Party, and more to connect with friends, neighbors, and guests. Engage at our monthly meetings, offering speakers and programs covering topics ranging from identification of invasive plants, archaeological and geological surveys, historical accounts of the creation of the Hudson River Valley, historic restorations of homes and barns, and birding. Or enjoy the great outdoors by participating in informative trail and nature walks, Hudson River paddle excursions, trail days, picnics, Story Walks, and more.
Support Our Conservation Efforts & Become Part of the NBC Community
Become a part of the New Baltimore community today! Join us to support a local organization made up of terrific members and make a difference in the community.
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2022 Annual Meeting
November 9th, 5:30 pm
Rail to River Brewing
109 Main St. Ravena, NY
The annual meeting provides the opportunity for members to review the highlights of 2022, look toward projects in 2023, and vote on the 2023 Conservancy slate of candidates.
In addition to voting on the 2023 slate, the Annual Meeting jump starts our 2023 membership drive. Membership dues have remained the same as in 2022: Students $15, Individuals $20, and Families $30. Any checks should be made out to New Baltimore Conservancy.
This event is free and open to the public.
Visit the New Baltimore Historic District
Nestled in the New Baltimore Hamlet Historic District, NBC boasts an architectural and historic masterpiece. The hamlet and surrounding trails serve as one of the rare, intact examples of a Hudson River hamlet, retaining significant streetscapes, buildings, charm, and natural resources stemming from the 1790s to the 1940s.
Connect with Nature
Visit the Hudson River Interpretive Trail, Hannacroix Creek Preserve, or Long View Park to enjoy hundreds of acres of open space and Hudson River estuaries. Enjoy a hike up to the Hannacroix Falls, cross a tidal pond on the World’s First Recycled Bridge, walk along the shores of the Hudson River, or take a stroll on a historic farmstead.
Become Part of a Community
The NBC prides itself on creating a strong sense of community. Through our built community we are able to not only promote our conservation efforts but support one another. Join us at our social events like the Taste of History, Wine and Cheese, Barn Party, and more; engage in our monthly meetings; or explore the great outdoors all while connecting with friends and neighbors.
What People Say
Went on a weekday afternoon with my (HS and college-aged) kids. It was great to get away from the stress of COVID and enjoy nature. Went up to the creek/falls first and had a great time exploring the area, though we couldn’t figure out where one would swim, so much as wade. We ended our trip by going down the Hudson River Trail and seeing that body of water from a lovely and secluded spot. I can’t believe I’ve lived in the area for years and never knew about this little gem was simply incredible. They took care of everything, even our packing list!
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