4th Street Preserve encompasses 30 acres on either side of 4th Street extended in Lewes.

Heavily forested, this tract is an attractive gateway to Lewes from New Road, an important habitat for our remaining wildlife and native species, and a significant contributor to air quality and carbon reduction.

4th Street also plays a large role in water recharge and management, helping to protect against flooding.

Campaign managed by the Greater Lewes Foundation.

Ard na Gréine Preserve encompasses 89 pristine acres of land between Savannah Rd. and New Rd. It holds enormous potential for reforestation, natural meadows, and the protection of fragile species.

Located on the Lewes-to-Georgetown bike path, this property also offers direct access to Canary Creek.

Campaign managed by Sussex County Land Trust