The Finger Lakes Land Trust presents an extraordinary chance to save Owasco Lake shoreline by creating a new…
Monthly conservation news for May 2018
New York is home to two fox species, the red (Vulpes vulpes), and the gray (Urocyon cinereoargenteus).
The Land Trust was awarded $62,000 in grant funding.
Monthly conservation news for April 2018
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Experience the stunning diversity of breeding birds this spring, while raising money for bird habitat!
The Land Trust protected over 1,660 additional acres of land.
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This project represents the Land Trust’s sixth acquisition at Bare Hill.
Monthly conservation news for February 2018
The site will become a public conservation area.
Dear Friends of the Finger Lakes, thank you for another extraordinary year in land and water conservation. You…
A photo contest in the spirit of the Finger Lakes region
The mole’s snout contains six times more sensory neurons than an entire human hand.
2 issues of The Land Steward from 2018.
Thank you to all our supporters! You helped us raise $100,000 in NEW GIFTS to support conservation in…
Acquisition of the property prevents ecological degradation of adjacent public lands.
The property is situated within the West Hill Wildway—a growing greenbelt on Ithaca’s West Hill.
The funds come at a critical time for the Finger Lakes, which have seen an increasing number of toxic algae outbreaks.