Bylane Farm

Brant by Hillary Eggers

Bylane Farm was generously donated by the family of Mary Welsh Parker in 2001. Dating to the early 1700s, Bylane is a treasure that we’re renovating using water- and energy- efficient practices and eco-friendly materials to reduce our ecological footprint while celebrating its history.

Today, Bylane Farm is our center of operations, co-located with our Leon Levy Native Garden and the Hunt-Parker Sanctuary. Bylane hosts our offices, conference and meeting space, and the John L. Bull Library of books, manuscripts, and paintings, as well as housing for our Naturalist-in-Residence, seasonal staff and interns, and visiting researchers and speakers.

Visit us at Bylane Farm

If you’d like to meet with Staff, please email or call ahead to make sure we’re not out in the field.


  1. From Route 35 take Route 22 North towards Goldens Bridge.
  2. Todd Road will be your 4th right.
  3. Bylane Farm is located about a half mile down the road, where the road surface changes from dirt to pavement.
  4. Look for a small historic white sign on the left side of the road.
  5. There’s a small gravel lot just past the building.
  6. An entrance to meet with Staff is located at the top of the stone steps that begin to the left of the garage.
  7. For all other purposes, please enter through the Leon Levy Native Garden and ring the bell at the front door.
Bylane Farm by Bob Rohr

Bylane Farm by Bob Rohr

Bylane Farm