Monthly conservation news for May 2016
Together we can conserve a critical stretch of Six Mile Creek forever. See the video and donate today.
Help is needed at the Logan Hill Nature Preserve.
Come experience the stunning diversity of breeding birds this spring.
Monthly conservation news for April 2016
The Land Trust has been awarded a total of $60,000 for projects in Seneca and Onondaga Counties.
Learn about various tools available for conserving your land.
The parcel contains over 900 feet of frontage on Six Mile Creek – the source of Ithaca’s drinking water.
Monthly conservation news for March 2016
Conklin Gully is known to many residents of the western Finger Lakes as one of the region’s premiere gorge walks.
The Land Trust joins 342 accredited land trusts that demonstrate their commitment to professional excellence.
Monthly conservation news for February 2016.
The site provides prime habitat for Bald Eagles, Osprey, and a variety of waterfowl.
A look back at major conservation wins in 2015 and your extraordinary contributions.
Over 200 acres adjacent to the historic summer home of Mark Twain, now protected.
Congress has renewed the charitable IRA roll-over, retroactive to January 1, 2015.
This is the single greatest legislative action in decades to support land conservation.
Perhaps the crown jewel is the 4,505 foot stretch of Bear Swamp Creek that flows through the property.
Addition of this land to the adjacent wildlife management area will significantly enhance public access.
The West River Preserve encompasses 65 acres of restored grassland bird habitat near the south end of Canandaigua Lake.