Photos from our 25th Anniversary Annual Dinner are now featured on the Times Union’s website.
Click here to see photographs of this sold-out event, which honored Matthew Bender IV, a local philanthropist and conservationist, and Stewart Dutfield, the Rail Trail Ambassador Coordinator.
“On Saturday afternoon, conservationists from across the Capital Region met at the Corning Tower in downtown Albany to celebrate 25 years of land conservation with the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy (MHLC). The sold-out crowd filled the observation deck, enjoying drinks and a light buffet as a cloudy sky opened and rays of light from the setting sun spread across the breathtaking landscape below.”
Read more about the event on spotlightnews.com.
The annual dinner was our first of many special events planned throughout 2017 in celebration of our 25th year. Visit our events page to learn about upcoming events throughout Albany, Montgomery, and Schenectady counties.
Didn’t make it to the dinner? Be sure to join us at our next event: A Day of Fat Biking at Keleher Preserve on February 18th!