Wetland Mitigation

The Cornerstone Environmental Conservancy was formed as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.  Its purpose is to acquire and maintain ecologically significant undeveloped lands, such as swamps, marshes and other wetlands.  Alternatively, the Corporation will acquire and maintain conservation easements as the recipient of charitable gifts or as the recipient of bequests.

Some tracts of wetlands or undeveloped land will be held and preserved by the Corporation until arrangements can be made to transfer title to the land to a government conservation agency.  The Corporation may sell such undeveloped lands to municipalities which allot tax-generated funds and state or federal grants to acquire land or development rights to preserve greenspace and wildness areas.  

The establishment, use, operation and maintenance of the wetlands help offset any negative environmental impact to waters of the United States and the State of New York, including but not limited to, wetlands within the Black Creek Watershed, and northern portions of the Genesee River Watershed  in Monroe, Genesee and Livingston Counties.

The Environmental Conservancy received its first donation in the form of a Conservation Easement in late 2000.  The Easement was granted on a wetland complex which was in excess of 100 acres.  For further information, contact Cornerstone Environmental Conservancy at (585) 424-1400.

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The Cornerstone Environmental Conservancy was formed as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.  Its purpose is to acquire and maintain ecologically significant undeveloped lands, such as swamps, marshes and other wetlands.  Alternatively, the Corporation will acquire and maintain conservation easements as the recipient of charitable gifts or as the recipient of bequests.

Some tracts of wetlands or undeveloped land will be held and preserved by the Corporation until arrangements can be made to transfer title to the land to a government conservation agency.  The Corporation may sell such undeveloped lands to municipalities which allot tax-generated funds and state or federal grants to acquire land or development rights to preserve greenspace and wildness areas.  

The establishment, use, operation and maintenance of the wetlands help offset any negative environmental impact to waters of the United States and the State of New York, including but not limited to, wetlands within the Black Creek Watershed, and northern portions of the Genesee River Watershed  in Monroe, Genesee and Livingston Counties.

The Environmental Conservancy received its first donation in the form of a Conservation Easement in late 2000.  The Easement was granted on a wetland complex which was in excess of 100 acres.  For further information, contact Cornerstone Environmental Conservancy at (585) 424-1400.

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