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Geology Hike at Kenneglenn Nature Preserve
Geology Hike at Kenneglenn Nature Preserve

On Saturday, August 20, from 10am til noon, the Western New York Land Conservancy will be offering a hike through the Kenneglenn Nature Preserve in Varysburg.

Led by Stan Radon, this hike features views of the gorge walls and a beautiful waterfall. Please be prepared to walk in the creek with shoes that have great traction. This is a great family hike on a hot August day. Please register early as this hike fills to capacity very quickly. Hike leader Stan Radon has been a geologist with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation for 20 years. He also teaches geology and environmental studies at SUNY Buffalo, Buffalo State College, and Daemen College.

Reservations are required to attend as space is limited. Please call (716) 687.1225 or email info@wnylc.org for directions and reservations. These hikes are public events and are free of charge.


The Western New York Land Conservancy is a regional, not-for-profit land trust that permanently protects land with significant conservation value in Western New York for future generations. We envision a future in which open spaces, working lands, wildlife habitat and scenic beauty are cherished and protected as part of the landscape and character of Western New York. The organization is one of 1,700 land trusts nationwide, including 90 in New York State. The groups have protected 40 million acres over the last 20 years. For more information on upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, or the mission of the Western New York Land Conservancy, please call (716) 687-1225 or visit www.wnylc.org.

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