A total of $1.8 million in Conservation Partnership Program grants were awarded to 58 nonprofit land trusts across New York.
Monthly conservation news for April 2017
Connecticut Hill is a popular destination for outdoor recreation and wildlife observation.
Funds for the project came from the state’s Farmland Protection Implementation Program.
The state budget includes historic investments in New York’s environment.
Despite their bold appearance, Wood Ducks are usually much more difficult to see than other waterfowl.
Outdoor enthusiasts have a new resource to find trails in Tompkins County.
Monthly conservation news for March 2017
The property has been in Art Woldt’s family since 1920 .
With this latest addition, the preserve now spans over 96 acres of diverse wildlife habitats.
Monthly Conservation News for February 2017
The popular series of birding trips led by FLLT volunteer Mark Chao will be held Memorial Day weekend.
Register for this 2-day event and become a member of the Land Trust!
A look back at major conservation successes of 2016. Thank you for your contrbutions and hard work.
The property is one of the largest remaining privately owned parcels within the town of Ithaca.
Together, we raised $100,000 in new gifts for conservation!
Sleeping bears seem to be able to sense the presence of intruders.
4 issues of The Land Steward from 2017.
Monthly conservation news for December 2016