A photo contest in the spirit of the Finger Lakes region
The property is adjacent to the Land Trust’s 200-acre Charles Spencer Nature Preserve.
A New Preserve on Otisco Lake, Apple Picking for Conservation, Partnering with a Local College, and Our Annual Report
The so-called “redwood of the East” was a keystone species and its loss changed the forests irreparably.
The preserve features over 1,300 feet of wild shoreline.
With the help of over 200 volunteers, the Land Trust now stewards more than 21,000 acres!
The college will use the site to teach students about wildlife management and forestry practices.
Farmland Protection, Saving Habitat for the Birds, and Happy Hour for Owasco Shoreline!
The property will remain in agricultural use.
Saving a Home for Herons, Growing the West Hill Wildway, Raising a Pint for Owasco Lake, and More…
Conserving the property will help protect water quality in the Cayuga Lake watershed.
The Land Trust acquired an addition its 537-acre Lindsay-Parsons Biodiversity Preserve!
The Land Trust needs your help to protect Great Blue Heron habitat and expand the Lindsay-Parsons Biodiversity Preserve!
A resource for conservation landowners in the Finger Lakes region
The luna moth is a living avatar of the moon—at rest by day, on the move by night, exquisitely pale, subtle yet spectacular.
Monthly Conservation News for July 2018
Hemlock trees are an irreplaceable part of the eastern forests.
Monthly conservation news for June 2018
This is the Land Trust 26th protection project within the Six Mile Creek watershed.
Mark Chao’s insightful recap of our favorite annual birding event!
Monthly conservation news for May 2018