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"Giving future generations access to the ruins is a worthwhile endeavor, walking around that part of the preserve makes one feel like an archaeologist" - Alexandra Parsons Wolfe, Executive Director of Preservation Long Island.
Read more about the Muttontown Preserve's new trail markers, including one that directs hikers to the King Zog ruins, the remains of an estate once owned by a former monarch.
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In Muttontown Preserve, wandering (a little less) off the beaten pathConservation officials plan to install trail markers on two more woodland loops to better guide hikers in Nassau County's largest preserve.
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MHA is thrilled to help Nassau County Soil and Water Conservation District with funding and donation of equipment. We also pledge to our members our continued trail cleanups like the one done this weekend.
I'm sickened by the Graffiti on the back wall of the staircase. When I was there, it wasn't that way...
Artifacts recovered from excavations of Joseph Lloyd Manor attest to Indigenous settlements on the site as far back as 1000 BCE. Volunteer as an Educator at the Joseph Lloyd Manor in Lloyd Harbor and help share this history and more! Click here to learn more:
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