Finger Lakes Land Trust

Conserved Forever.

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Our Mission

To conserve forever the lands and waters of the Finger Lakes region, ensuring scenic vistas, local foods, clean water, and wild places for everyone.

Understanding our Mission and Vision

Get the latest.

Tune into our News & Events page for updates on land and water conservation in the Finger Lakes region.  You can also download our free publications.

News & Events Publications

Spring Bird Quest Blog

May 5, 2015

Check here for updates and photos after each Spring Bird Quest event.

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Events Calendar

Did you know we host over 25 family-friendly events each year?  See our calendar of hikes, talks, paddles, cleanups, fundraisers, and more.

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Email Newsletter

Get our free email newsletter and you’ll be the first to know about special events in land and water conservation around the region.

Save More Land.

Each year, we save roughly 1,000 more acres of the Finger Lakes region, protecting the lands and waters that we all love.  How do we do it?  Powered by you!

How You Can Help

Save Your Land

There are many ways to protect your land while deriving tax benefits and other advantages, all while supporting our conservation mission.

I have land to protect

Join Today

You’ll feel the joy of saving vital lands and sparkling waters when you join the Finger Lakes Land Trust through our easy online form.

Become a member

Make a Gift

Your online donation goes to work right here in the Finger Lakes region, saving forests, farmlands, gorges, wetlands, and shorelines.

Give to FLLT

Get Involved.

We need you!  Our members, volunteers, and landowners make conservation happen.  Sign up to volunteer, and see "people stories" about a few great Land Trust supporters.

Volunteer Now Your Stories
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Christopher J. Luley

I like the idea that this little oasis will remain essentially as is forever.

FLRC Forest Frolic 2013

Melissa Enns

FLLT ensures that anyone can explore and appreciate the natural beauty of our region.

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Betsy Darlington

I’ve been a volunteer and member since the Land Trust’s beginning in 1988.