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Welcome to Save the Pine Bush!

Thirty-nine years of advocacy for the Pine Bush

Save the Pine Bush is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization dedicated to saving the Albany Pine Bush and Karner Blue habitat in New York State, a globally rare ecosystem in New York State. We stop developers by suing the government using environmental laws.

The fight for Pine Bush presevation has all the elements of a good novel - except it is real. David vs. Goliath - volunteers vs. City Hall. Check out our current battles or read about how we got to where we are today.



Vegetarian/Vegan Lasagna Dinner
Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Neil Gifford

Conservation Director of the
Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission

will speak about

Albany Pine Bush Preserve Research and Management Update


Walk or Ski in the Pine Bush!

Saturday, March 31 at 9:30 AM

Vegetarian/Vegan Lasagna Dinner
Schedule for 2018:

Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Listen to Hugh Johnson's
climate change presentation
on April 19, 2017 here.

Jim Learning of the Grande River Keeper

Hydroelectric Power from Canada:
Bad for the People of Labrador; Bad for Climate Change
See the slides • Listen to his presentation

Ward Stone spoke at our recent dinner. Listen to his excellent speech!

Pine Bush Documentary
by Alex Selsley and Kate Cotten

Read the NYS Landfill Study: incidences of cancer in residents living near 38 Landfills

Read about Save the Pine Bush's 30th Anniversary
in the Times Union:

Nature preservers
For 30 years, Save the Pine Bush has
fought for ancient barrens

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A beautiful photograph of the Pine Bush

The Pine Bush at moon rise.
Photograph by volunteer Doug Morse.

This page last modified on March 15, 2018