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02-174-CLC News Fall 2002 - Columbia Land Conservancy

02-174-CLC News Fall 2002 - Columbia Land Conservancy

Conservancy Supporters 18 Fall 2002 The Board of Trustees and staff of the Columbia Land Conservancy would like to extend our sincerest thanks to everyone who has made contributions to the Conservancy since our last newsletter. Reflected below are contributions received between April 6 and September 18, 2002. Every effort has been made to produce an accurate listing of supporters of the Conservancy. Please contact Kristina Kwacz at our office if you note any changes for the next issue of Conservancy News. Government New York State Council on the Arts Foundations The Dyson Foundation The Educational Foundation of America The Ettinger Foundation, Inc. The J.M. Kaplan Fund Plymouth Hill Foundation Matching Donations The Prospect Hill Foundation Patron $1,000–$4,999 David S. Becker Constance Eiseman and Michael Altschuler Sheldon Evans and Martha McMaster Frank and Lynn Peseckis James Schamus and Nancy Kricorian Donor $500–$999 Anonymous Coert C. Almstead Dr. and Mrs. G. Stewart Ray Elyn Zimmerman and Kirk Varnedoe Supporting $250–499 Dr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Asbornsen Jennifer Crichton and David Emil George H. Vollmuth and Janet Langlois Sustaining $100–249 Lois F. Arnold Michael Belknap and Martha Burke-Hennessy Walter and Beese Craigie Joe Tom Easley and Peter Freiberg Al and Noel Fair Steven M. and Lisa Bush Hankin Susan and Pavel Hillel Philip C. Ingalls Chuck Irose Susan Mary Jacobs William Li and James Oates Patricia Liddle Mel and Angela Marvin James and Lyn McFarland Peta Raabe and Peter Bloomfield Karen and Jeffrey Ross Valerie Shaff Marna and David Sherman Bruce Smith and Trudi Levine Elizabeth Smith and Daniel Frasca Marian Hansen Stankard Robert B. Stecker James Storm Alice Mary Timothy Robert and Quintina Worsfold Robert and Jill Wright Judith Gray Zimbalist Jeffrey Zimbalist Contributing $75–99 Thomas Rush Frances and Merritt Safford Charles Sims and Nancy Wolf Sponsor $50–74 Anonymous Pamela Banks Carolyn Bove Naomi Call Jean-Paul Courtens Andrew Dolkart Abbie Duchon Jeanne Even and Eric Tull Thomas and Laurie Fiederlein Jeff and Donna Knight Vivian Kominos and Elliot Smith James and Lorna Mack Kevin Maloy Family Jane and Toby McAfee Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Muscat Charlie and Lucy Scholpp Ruth and Thomas Sedlock James and Jo-Ann Sheehey Carolyn Smith Dr. and Mrs. Harold Spalter Dr. Raul H. Vispo George K. Wittlinger, Sr. Friend $25–49 Animal Care Clinic Stephen Budd Mr. and Mrs. Albert Callan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clampett Mr. and Mrs. Rodman DeKay Peter Elliot and Patti Salerno Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fisher Priscilla Frisbee James M. Gallagher Barbara Gould Mr. and Mrs. Doug Grout Graham Hay Alison Heaphy and Frederick Werwaiss Mary Ann Holmes and Ronald Jeancon Ken and Karen Hummel Tom Jacoby and Gina Harman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones Dawn Kilventon Stan Korsak Lenore Ladenheim Donald MacLean William and Rikki Michels Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Nelson Lynette Noonan Dr. M.A. Perle and Paul H. Plotkin Bill Petrosino Herbert Roleke Steve Rooney Paul and Phyllis Schlesinger Marvin Schneider Martin Silver Reverend Lee Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Weiner Environmental Education Programs City of Albany Friends of Pachaquack Preserve Jen Moore Gifts in Honor of Norma and Graham Hay by Ruth and Allan Goldstein Gifts in Memory of Domenica Ruisi by Jerry Rumain and D. Nicholas Russo Business and Organizational Support The Independent Newspaper Kaaterskill Farm Natural Storehouse, Inc. Lebanon Valley Garden Club Mountain Range Farm Old Chatham Antiques Robert J. Ihlenburg, Land Surveyor Wood Hill Veterinary Clinic Endowment Campaign See page 9 Sutherland Pond Conservation Area See page 4 CONSERVANCY NEWS Fall 2002 Newsletter Sponsor Michael and Barbara Polemis

CONSERVANCY NEWS Fall 2002 In-kind Support John Reilly Signs and Designs, trail marker for Greenport Conservation Area Leaving a Legacy The generosity and foresight of the many individuals, organizations and businesses that have protected their property with a conservation easement or donated land leaves a lasting conservation legacy for the people of Columbia County. Together with the Columbia Land Conservancy, they have conserved farm fields, woodlands, wetlands, streams, and view sheds that contribute to our county’s unique rural character and agricultural heritage. Please join us in recognizing those who have protected more than 14,670 acres of land by protecting their property or donating gifts of land to further the Conservancy’s rural land protection efforts in Columbia County. Conservation Easement Grantors Alan Devoe Bird Club Frank Assumma and Karen Kaczmar Arthur and Susan Bassin Frank and Helene Bitel Peter R. Borrelli John and Miriam Brush Kimberly and Kurt Butenhoff Albert and Brenda Butzel Miles and Lillian Cahn Meg and Jim Cashen Tony and Gail Cashen Tom and Nancy Clark J. D. and Denise C. Clayton Anthony Concra Max Dannis and Linda Gatter Joan K. Davidson Lucio DiTrolio Ruth Dufault Peter Dufault John and Patricia Duffy Alan and Donna Eckhardt David A. Emil and Jennifer Jenkins Crichton Anne and Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. Theodore Feldman and Alice Shedlin Kenneth and Audrey Ford Dall and Ana Marie Forsythe Dorothy Fowler Randall Fried Elizabeth Gilmore Howard L. Gleason, Sr. Margaret and Aden Gokay Julie Goldweitz and Barry Sirmon Barbara Gould Michael and Vanessa Gruen John and Chara Haas Hawthorne Valley Association, Inc. Linda Kay Hinchliffe Hollowville Land Management, Inc. Michael Hosier Sarah P. Huntington Philip and Ann Ingalls Josephine Lea and John Jay Iselin Lowell Johnston and Frances Olivieri Stanley and Sally Joseph Peter L. Keane Frank Lampman Helen S. Lampman Larry Lampman Water Allen Lampman Dr. Robert Leather Wayne and Nancy Letourneau Gregory Long and Scott Newman Asbjorn Lunde Vincent and Anne Mai Anthony Masciarotte Linda and Dan McNeill Roger and Jacqueline Miner Anna Barbara and Roger Mitchell Mont Vert Properties The Nature Conservancy, Eastern New York Chapter Clarissa and Charles Ortel A.S. Peabody Michael and Barbara Polemis G. Stewart Ray, M. D. Renate and Tjark Reiss George Rickey David and Margaret McG. Rockefeller Rothdale Farms Partnership Jurgen Schnackenberg Jonathan Schor Barbara Titus-Schultz and Earl Schultz Fritz Schwarz Evelyn Shaw Kate Johns Shaw and Jason Shaw David and Marna Sherman Silvernails, LLC Bernard Springsteel and Marcia Pollack Charles Sukenik Tory Hill Associates James Tufenkian Renato and Eleanor Valente Vivian and Edward Wachsberger Carl G. Whitbeck, Jr. and Catherine K. Whitbeck Robert and Leah Wilcox Mrs. I.T. Williams Robert and Barbara Willner Martin Zaretsky Land Donors Beth Bardwell and Jon Holtzman Sandi Burrows and Thomas Meacham Laurence Cherkis and Richard Feintuch Dr. Sol Cohen Leslie Cooper Roger Goldman Emanuel Goldstein, M.D. Gordon Harris Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hayes G. Francis and Edna Kuster Leona B. Mancher National Wildlife Federation George Rickey Salisbury Bank and Trust Company Robert and Eli Allan Sherwood Mitchell Deutsch and Eve Silverman Mrs. I. T. Williams “Next Generation” Protected Property Owners The following individuals currently own property that was previously protected with a conservation easement. We thank them for their recognition of the importance of protected land and their continued commitment to land stewardship. Steven and Susan Anderson Andrea Botta Eric and Leanne Cullum Rebecca Darwin Rene and Lisa Deleeuw Robert Francesconi Wendy Gardner Gems II Realty Trust Todd Gitlin Kenneth Hess Norton Hight Ed and Marissa Celli Hoe Jon and Helen Isherwood Kenneth and Janet Leshner Mark and Ellen Levy Van and Deneen Mackey Andre and Melissa Marcou Mattia Marricco and Giovanni Marricco Millenium Modulars, Inc. Ted Miner John Oleksak and Ronald Carbone Steven Paynter and Luz Maria Roman Peter Reiss Michael Resnick Max and Hannah Sayah Robert Schumer and Ruth Oxenberg Susan Seidel Shekomeko Creek Farm, LLC William Stern and Elizabeth Cashen Edward Thomas Eric Wolf ❧ Newsletter Editor Jean Mackay Newsletter design by John E. Hendricks The Columbia Land Conservancy’s programs are made possible in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency. Conservancy Supporters 19

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