Clean Sweep 2013 on the Kingston Point Rail Trail



Today, the Kingston Land Trust Rail Trail Committee and community volunteers worked from 9am to 12 noon to begin clearing the railbed from behind Rondout Savings to the Tunnel. It is amazing how much can get done in several hours! How many pounds of trash/recycling was collected? Stay tuned.

Enjoy the photos of the days effort by visiting the Friends of Kingston Rail Trails FACEBOOK page.

For more information or to become involved, visit the KLT Rail Trail Committee PAGE on this site.



The Kingston Land Trust Welcomes its Newest Board Member Lee Anne Albritton.

The Kingston Land Trust Welcomes its Newest Board Member Lee Anne Albritton. Ms. Albritton brings over a decade of community organization and programming experience and expertise to the Trust’s efforts.

Kingston, NY –   The Kingston Land Trust is proud to announce the addition of Lee Anne Albritton to their Board of Directors. Lee Anne lives in the city of Kingston with her partner and editor of Chronogram magazine Brian Mahoney.  She spent 14 years developing childcare and family programming for the YMCA helping to create “Healthy Kids” that brought gardens into the New Paltz school curriculum and changed some menu offerings towards healthier school nutrition.  Her other credits include the involvement at the YMCA Southern Ulster Branch, Ulster County Action Network’s youth program coalition, New Paltz youth commission and the Ellenville/Wawarsing youth commission.  She spent time volunteering for the Queens Galley Operation Frontline and currently proof reads and works doing web content management for the Chronogram/Luminary publication. Lee Anne also works to create youth programming for the Kingston YMCA Children’s Garden with garden steward Ed Blouin, where they plan to expand the community garden plots this season with the support of the Creating Healthy Places grant recently secured by Cornell Cooperative Extension where the Kingston Land Trust is a partner. Continue reading The Kingston Land Trust Welcomes its Newest Board Member Lee Anne Albritton.

Ulster County Trails Advisory Committee has vacancies.

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to shape trails in Ulster County? Now may be your opportunity.

There are several vacancies on the UCTAC for voting members. The eleven voting members are comprised of people from the various trails communities throughout Ulster County. The original County Resolution also takes into consideration geographic distribution of its members.

Among the goals that the UCTAC has for 2011 is to expand community participation in our activities which include our monthly meetings, information gathering, networking, and enhanced advocacy efforts relating to the benefits that trails bring to Ulster County.

Here is a copy of the Resolution that established the committee ResEstUCTAC

Please contact Steve Ladin at: for further details.

VOLUNTEERS! Streamside Restoration Planting Project

A Streamside Restoration Planting Project is scheduled Saturday, September 18, 2010. Ashokan Watershed Stream Management Program Office, 6375 State Route 28, Phoenicia, NY.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Help plant trees and shrubs to restore stream side vegetation on a local stream. We will meet at the project office and carpool to the planting location. Bring boots, work gloves and water bottle. Call 845-340-3990 or email to register.

Volunteers and Phillies Bridge Farm donate seedlings to Queens Galley

I’d like to thank garden volunteer Paul Rakov and the generous donation of seedlings from Phillies Bridge Farm in New Paltz/Gardiner for  yesterday’s mission!  Paul took a bucket of compost from Kingston to their farm – and helped to transplant 96 seedlings of Eggplant, Peppers and Tomatoes to deliver to Queens Galley in support of their raised bed gardens this season.

This effort will provide a great deal of food for our community in need all summer/fall long.

Thank you!

Biodiversity Works, Workshop

The Gunks

The Gunks

Thanks to Jennifer Schwartz and the rest of the Ulster County Planning department for the invite to the biodiversity workshop last night at Ulster County Community College. It was informative, and thought provoking.

The room was full of planners from across the county. Continue reading Biodiversity Works, Workshop

Pruning, Cleaning and Sunning

What a terrific weekend! Thanks to Steve and Julie Noble of the Forsyth Nature Center (and who also serve on the Kingston Land Trust board), folks were busy cleaning up our parks and neighborhoods. There were also sunbathers at City Hall, student rose pruners at the Senate House and vegetable plants given out in Midtown. Continue reading Pruning, Cleaning and Sunning