Events and Activities

Crossroads Farm at Grossmann's Makes Malverne a Great Place to Live

The Crossroads Farm at Grossmann's project was featured in a New York Times article as one of the reasons why Malverne is a great place to live.  Nassau Land Trust is pleased that its work to restore and revive Crossroads Farm is making a positive difference for the residents of Malverne and its surrounding communities.  The Crossroads Farm project is an extension of Nassau Land Trust’s mission to protect open space and enhance the quality of life for residents of Nassau County.  The farm is hoped to become a regional showpiece displaying the importance of farmland preservation, even in the densely populated suburbs of Nassau County.

A. Thomas Levin Honored for Leadership in Law 2011

A. Thomas Levin, a member of the law firm of Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein P.C. and chair of the firm's Municipal Law, Land Use and Environmental Compliance practice and the Professional Responsibility practice was honored for Leadership in Law by the Long Island Business News in the Partner category. The Leadership in Law Award recognizes Mr. Levin’s qualities of experience, dedication, hard work, skill, tenacity, excellence and compassion, all resulting in a positive impact on Long Island.

Property Name: Goldsmith

Location: Plandome Manor, Town of North Hempstead

Property Description: Approximately two-thirds of an acre on Manhasset Bay.

Project Summary: The Goldsmith property is one of the only remaining undeveloped lots on Manhasset Bay, providing significant scenic views of Manhasset Bay, Gull's Cove, and the Nassau County Wildlife Preserve.

Owners Judy and Ted Goldsmith are historic stewards and conservationists at heart. They live in a grist mill built in 1693 by Joseph Latham and operated by the Latham and Mitchell families until 1910. Now converted to a residence, the building retains many of its original millstone elements.