Corporate Sponsors

The Somers Land Trust would like to extend a special thank you to the local businesses and organizations who have joined us in our mission through financial or material support.

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Agriventures Agway (Contact: Frank Van Ormer, Purchasing Manager)
92 Mill Plain Rd
Danbury, CT 06811
On the Web: http://agwayct.com/
203-743-7500
The Somers Land Trust thanks Agriventures Agway for generously donating a collection of hand tools and other gardening equipment to the Somers Land Trust. The tools will be used by community volunteers to prepare, install and maintain the Reynolds Pond Native Habitat Restoration Area at the entrance of Angle Fly Preserve.

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All Sports Athletic Products, Inc. (Contact: Roy Wallach)
358 North Avenue
New Rochelle, NY 10801
914-632-7900
The Somers Land Trust thanks All Sports Athletic Products for graciously donating the first batch of our official Friends of Angle Fly T-Shirts.

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Brenner Builders (Contact: Jan Corning)
E-Mail: info@brennerbuilders.com
362 Adams Street
Bedford Hills, NY 10507
On the Web: http://www.brennerbuilders.com/
914-242-4707
The Somers Land Trust thanks Brenner Builders for generously reconstructing the old chicken coop at Angle Fly Preserve. This valued donation recreates as faithfully as possible the original historic structure.

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The Care of Trees (Contact: Guy Pardee)
57 Valley Avenue
Elmsford, NY 10523
On the Web: http://www.thecareoftrees.com/
914-345-8733
The Somers Land Trust thanks The Care of Trees for their donation of a crew and trucks to remove the huge dead and unsafe trees near the Tatham-Orvis house.

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Connecticut Naturalist (Contact: Will Michael)
On the Web: http://www.ctnaturalist.org/
E-Mail: will@ctnaturalist.org
The Somers Land Trust thanks Will Michael for his outstanding work with Somers High School in creating a documentary film about the Angle Fly Preserve.

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Con-Tech Construction Technology, Inc. (Contacts: Pasquale, Anthony, and Pina Carino)
26 Lakeview Drive
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
E-Mail: contech2@verizon.net
The Somers Land Trust thanks the Con-Tech Construction Technology, Inc. and the Carino Family for generously donating time, labor, and materials for the newly installed bluestone patio and fieldstone sitting wall and stairs located near the chicken coop.

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Eberlin & Eberlin, P.C.
247 Route 100, Suite 1003
Somers, NY 10578
On the Web: http://www.eberlin.com/
The Somers Land Trust thanks Eberlin & Eberlin for generously donating their time and expertise in landscape design. Eberlin & Eberlin has developed a schematic plan for the Reynold’s Pond Native Habitat Restoration Area that is the blueprint for the ongoing restoration project at Angle Fly Preserve.

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Interstate + Lakeland Lumber
621 Route 22
Croton Falls, NY 10519
On the Web: http://www.interstatelumber.com/
E-Mail: srothpearl@interstatelumber.com
203-748-5629
The Somers Land Trust thanks Interstate + Lakeland Lumber for donating the framing material used to restore the old chicken coop at Angle Fly Preserve.

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Somers Lions Club
P.O. Box 95
Somers, NY 10589
On the Web: http://www.somerslionsclub.org/
The Somers Land Trust thanks our local Lions Club for their repeated generous donations of time, materials, and expertise. The Lions have contributed in many ways. For example, the Lions organized and funded the catering at our 2008 annual meeting and trails kick-off event. The Lions Club has also agreed to donate the roof for the newly reconstructed chicken coop at Angle Fly Preserve.

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Somers Women’s Club
PO Box 108
Somers, NY 10589
The Somers Land Trust thanks the members of the Somers Women’s Club for their generous donation to purchase native plants as part of the native habitat restoration project underway at Angle Fly Preserve.

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Abcut Tree Service

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Earthtone

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Adan Landscaping

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Chris Cacace

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Somers Energy Environment Committee

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Heritage Hills Hikers

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Michael Piccirillo Architect

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Dan Holt Engineering

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DeRosa Land Survey

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