(Left to right) Melissa Neely, a wildlife biologist and sportsman education coordinator for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation; former state lawmaker Roy McDonald; Jeff Quain, the Capital Region representative for Gov. Andrew Cuomo; Wilton Supervisor Art Johnson; and Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park board members Larry Gordon, Linda Baker and Pieter Litchfield. Photo provided.
WILTON – A ribbon cutting was held on Sunday for the Bicentennial Trail in Camp Saratoga, as part of Earth Day activities and the larger celebration of Wilton history.
Camp Saratoga is part of the Wilton Wildlife Preserve and Park at 80 Scout Road. Nearly 25 acres of the former Boy Scout camp are now owned by the Town of Wilton, while more than 280 acres are owned by New York State.
For more information, visit the website at www.wiltonpreserve.org.