Aerial Views Of Our 24,000 Preserved Acres

Aerial Views of our 24,000 Preserved Acres

On April 24, The Land Conservancy teamed up with LightHawk, an organization with more than 200 volunteer pilots who fly to protect land, water and wildlife across America for a very special flight. The Land Conservancy Development Committee had the opportunity to participate in an aerial tour of some of the 24,000 acres we’ve preserved over the past 35 years.

LightHawk volunteer pilot, Steve Kent, flew the Cessna 182 Amphibian plane from from Morristown Airport and toured the beautiful Garden State for 45 minutes. Highlights included our South Branch Preserve in Mount Olive, Pequannock Watershed Preserve in West Milford, West Brook Preserve, the Pompton River Walk in Pequannock, Skytop Farm and the Hewitt-Butler trail connector in West Milford and our newest preserve, Ramapo Mountain Preserve in Mahwah.