When Scenic Hudson conserved about 13 acres of land surrounding this historic house, we looked closely at multiple options for use of the property and the house in consultation with community members of the and others experienced in repurposing historic structures.
On Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016, project donors and public officials joined Scenic Hudson for a ribbon cutting to mark the opening of the organization’s newest public park—Scenic Hudson High Banks Preserve in Esopus (Ulster County). Encompassing 287 acres, the preserve offers exciting new opportunities for town residents and visitors to engage in outdoor recreation while exploring the land’s remarkably diverse natural features.
287-acre preserve in Ulster County offers outstanding opportunities for recreation, connecting with nature
Also allows for future economic development of 35 acres on Route 9W
Date of Notice
Oct. 7, 2016
Education Outreach Assistant (Jan. 19 to Nov. 15, 2017)