Hollow Oak Land Trust
Protecting Green Space
Hollow Oak Land Trust protects over 700 acres through conservation areas and easements with landowwners.
Featured Conservation Areas
Hollow Oak Land Trust owns over 700 acres of woodlands and wetlands in the Moon, Kennedy, Robinson, North Fayette and Franklin Park communities.
Founded in 1991, the Hollow Oak Land Trust is a nonprofit conservation organization that protects and connects greenspace with an emphasis in the Pittsburgh Airport Corridor. Hollow Oak now owns five conservation areas totalling over 600 acres in Moon, Kennedy, Franklin Park, North Fayette and Hopewell. Additionally, Hollow Oak owns two conservation easements for 90-acre Sahli Nature Park in Chippewa Township, Beaver County.