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Central New York Conservancy Facts

The Central New York Conservancy is a nonprofit organization which was founded in June, 2002.

The Conservancy promotes stewardship, historic preservation and restoration, ecological health, beautification of public spaces, maintenance and management of sustainable practices, and community partnerships.

Conservancy partners include the City of Utica, the Landmarks Society of Greater Utica, the Utica Zoological Society, the Utica City School District, the Children's Museum, The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County, The Oneida County Historical Society, and local and regional Garden Clubs.

The Conservancy has completed a number of restoration and preservation projects within F.T. Proctor Park, T.R. Proctor Park, Roscoe Conkling Park/Valley View, and along the Memorial Parkway including the following: