Preserve Buttonhook with guests Victoria Alzpiedi and Tracey Bilski of New Castle Land Trust

On this episode we focus on actions being taken by community residents to preserve and protect a beautiful pristine property, in Northern Westchester, which appears to contain Indigenous Native American cultural stone landscape and other remnants of their life on that parcel.¬† ¬†Victoria Alzapiedi and Tracey Bilski of New Castle Land Trust give us some history about the land in question and the surrounding properties. We must respect and take care of what the¬† Indigenous Native Americans left us, and honor their footprints, as they were the keepers of the land centuries ago. We are the keepers now, and we need the collective will of the community to help preserve and protect this land. Email questions to [email protected]m or go to their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/groups/newcastlelandtrust For past TMSOG episodes go to hudsonriverradio.com, malcolmpresents.com and subscribe to our podcast on Spotify, Apple, Amazon, iHeartRadio, Spreaker and more. #RaiseYourEcoConsciousness