Ganargua Creek Meadow Preserve

886 Bunker Hill Drive
585-256-2130

About:

This preserve is made up of an upland area of hardwoods, wildflowers and shrubs, the winding Ganargua Creek crossing a broad floodplain, and an open meadow where food and cover for birds and other animals is abundant. There is exceptional butterfly habitat in the meadow. Property can be very wet in the spring. Dress for poison ivy.

History:

Donated in 1996 to Genesee Land Trust for preservation in honor of Tim Johnson, by his mother, Cynthia Kesselring and his step-father, Leo Kesselring and partner, Frank Riedman. 56 acres of adjacent land along Ganargua Creek owned by Wayne ARC is managed by Genesee Land Trust in partnership with Macedon Trails. The trails group also assists with the trail maintenance on Ganargua Creek Meadow Preserve.