Orange County Land Trust
The mission of the Orange County Land Trust is to preserve the fields, forests, wetlands, ridgelines and river corridors in and around Orange County for the benefit of people.

Orange County Land Trust was formed in 1993 by a group of conservation minded visionaries led by Louis V. Mills, OCLT’s founder and Orange County’s first county executive. From the beginning, the group had a clear set of goals: to protect and preserve scenic and environmentally sensitive areas of the county for future generations before they became lost to anticipated growth and development.
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Contact Orange County Land Trust

James Delaune
Executive Director
23 White Oak Drive
P.O. Box 269
Sugar Loaf, New York  10981
Phone: 845) 469-0951


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Orange County, New York

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