Get Involved

When a parcel of land is protected everyone benefits. It means more open space for recreation and less stress on the local ecology. Open spaces contribute to our quality of life and help preserve precious natural resources. They can contribute to the town's tax base, yet require little or no municipal services.

How can you participate?

Concerned Citizens

Every donation you make is fully tax deductible. The Oblong Land Conservancy is a non profit 501(c)3 organization supported in part by donations from the public. Please make your tax deductible donation now online:


or mail us a check at the following address:

The Oblong Land Conservancy
PO Box 601
Pawling, NY 12564

We also accept other financial donations such as stocks or bonds and all donations are 100% tax-deductible.

Another way you can get involved is to help us in our efforts to increase public awareness of our mission. Click here to add your name to our email list to receive news about ongoing projects that are vital to the community and upcoming events. If you know someone else who might be interested in learning about The Oblong Land Conservancy, click the link below here to send them a link to our website with a message from you:



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Educators

Educators can play in important role in helping instill in our school age population an appreciation of the environment and land stewardship practices. The Oblong Land Conservancy is working with local School Boards to develop educational programs to meet these goals. If you are an educator or parent and want to participate, let us know.

Land Owners

Beyond the ethical and environmental reasons for conservation, there are economic benefits to preserving land. The Oblong Land Conservancy can assist with identifying qualified professionals to help analyze your property's conservation resource values and real estate potential. We will help you determine the benefits to making conservation a practical and economic alternative to traditional development. Learn more.