Pataki, George E.
December 2005
New York State Conservationist;Dec2005, Vol. 60 Issue 3, preceding p2
This article reflects on the achievements of the New York state government in land conservation and management in 2005. Since 1995, nearly 925,000 acres of land identified in the state's Open Space Conservation Plan has already been conserved. The 2005 Draft Open Space Conservation Plan includes a revised priority project list and a variety of recommendations to maintain the leadership role of New York in preserving open space.


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