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!
Hemlock trees are an irreplaceable part of the eastern forests.
This is the Land Trust 26th protection project within the Six Mile Creek watershed.
The Land Trust was awarded $62,000 in grant funding.
This project represents the Land Trust’s sixth acquisition at Bare Hill.
The site will become a public conservation area.
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.
Over 60 scenic acres overlooking Skaneateles Lake’s eastern shore are conserved forever.
With over 80 people in attendance, the Finger Lakes Land Trust formally dedicated its 194-acre Houghton Land Preserve…
The property will be conveyed to the Town of Big Flats.
A recently acquired 50-acre parcel will be added to Danby State Forest.
The property will be added to Texas Hollow State Forest.
The Newell farm is currently operated as an equestrian training and riding center.
Protection of the property expands a block of conserved lands east of the city of Elmira.
The property is adjacent to the Land Trust’s existing 200-acre Charles Spencer Nature Preserve.
The easement protects a part of Taughannock Creek, a tributary to Cayuga Lake.
The newly improved path connects to the adjacent Cayuga-Seneca Canal Trail.