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Siege Trail Opening in Village of Victory

Just 8 miles north of the Saratoga battlefields an incredible siege took place along Fish Creek. After several days of being surrounded and starving, British General John Burgoyne was forced into surrendering on October 17th, 1777, an act that ultimately convinced the...

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Fundraiser Brunch at the Buckley Farm

Mark and Beth Sacco, the owners of the Buckley Farm, are currently working with Saratoga PLAN, a non-profit conservation organization, to conserve this 260 acre farm with grant awards from New York State. They will share their vision for creating a profitable farm...

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community rallies in support of urging Governor Cuomo

The petition received 1,093 signatures; 244 of which occurred in just one day. A link to the petition and 263 public comments can be found here. In addition the National Audubon Society re-posted the petition and added another 145 signers in 3 weeks. Already...

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Saratoga PLAN earns national recognition

Saratoga Springs, NY – Saratoga PLAN has achieved land trust accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, an independent program of the Land Trust Alliance. “Saratoga PLAN’s accreditation status demonstrates our commitment to permanently conserving the...

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