Looking to explore the natural beauty of the Albany area? Look no further than the Hannacroix Creek Preserve, a 25-minute drive from downtown Albany! Enjoy an easy, family-friendly hike along several different trails that will take you to a waterfall, the foundation of a paper mill, or down to the Hudson River shoreline. Plus, youContinue reading “Get Out to HCP – One of the Top Hiking & Biking Trails in the Albany Area!”
On Friday, we were joined by longtime NBC members John and Betty who led a group of students in their Spring Sensations course, a popular class at Hudson Valley Community College under the Creative Retirement Program. This course guides students through a number of local preserves to observe and learn about plants, wildlife, and theContinue reading “Spring Sensations Visits HRIT”
Conservancy member Sarah Brunstad will be installing beehives at the Hannacroix Creek Preserve this spring! Having learned beekeeping with a community garden in NYC, Sarah is happy to pass on her (fledgling!) skills to other members and grow together. Members of all ages are welcome to join for the whole season or simply reach outContinue reading “Interested in Learning Beekeeping?”
Long View Park is listed as #5 in Hudson Valley Magazine’s ‘21 Under the Radar Outdoor Gems to Find in the Hudson Valley!’ This speaks volumes to the wonderful relationship that the New Baltimore Conservancy has with our dear friends at Scenic Hudson. Together with our terrific volunteers and donors we have made many improvementsContinue reading “Long View Park is an Under the Radar Gem”
Get close to the river shore at Scenic Hudson’s Long View Park. Walking a tad less than 2 miles, you pass through wildflower-filled meadows offering vistas of the distant Berkshires (the “Long View”) before descending through woods to the Hudson’s shore for more Instagram-worthy moments.
AAA May/ June 2021 Magazine Travel Guide on voted LVP one of the best picnic spots in the Capital Region and Hudson Valley area. Long View Park in New Baltimore stands upon retired farmland, which is evidence from the old red barn you’ll see upon arrival. Today, this 76-acre property has a grassland pasture, pine glade,Continue reading “Long View Park Voted One of the Best Picnic Spots”