2015-12-30 Landmark Alerts

Best of 2015:
Preservation in Western New York


It’s that time of year, when pundits, news outlets, and TV shows look back on the year in review, when  Facebook and Twitter feeds are filled with best-of lists. So we’re jumping on the bandwagon with a Top 10 list of our own. Looking back on 2015, we are proud of the successes that The Landmark Society has helped foster this year. None of it would be possible without the support of our members, donors, sponsors, and the preservation advocates across our region.  >>See the Top 10 on our website. 

Happy New Year!

The Landmark Society’s 2015 Annual Fund


The Landmark Society of Western New York is responsible for work in a nine-county area including urban environments such as the City of Rochester, smaller villages like Geneseo, and the pastoral landscapes that dot the Southern Tier. We are proud of the 300+ attendees at our statewide Preservation Conference in April and the 1,800 visitors to our 2015 House and Garden Tour in June. In addition to these large events, we also open doors to save our heritage through historic preservation work in unique neighborhoods and special places across the region.

Your gift to this year’s Annual Fund appeal enables us to continue the unique preservation work that is transforming our nine-county region. There are great strides being made in western New York and pride in our corner of the world is growing. At The Landmark Society, we are honored to be a small part of this transformation by opening doors, one neighborhood at a time.

You can support the Annual Fund by donating via our website or by contacting Carolyn Haygood at 585-546-7029 x10.

Thank you for your generosity.


Wayne Goodman
Executive Director