FLLT completed 15 land protection projects totaling 1,547 acres of the region’s most significant open space.
4 issues of The Land Steward from 2012.
Extending in an arc around Ithaca, more than 50,000 acres of conserved land…
Aldo Leopold is regarded by many as the father of the modern American environmental movement…
Named for the tallest tree in the northeastern forest, the White Pine Society recognizes members who confirm a bequest…
The Finger Lakes Land Trust is a membership-supported, non-profit land conservation organization.
The region’s unique quality of life depends on the wealth of benefits that our lands provide.
Landowners, perhaps more than any other single group, hold the key to our region’s well-being.
During the 2011-2012 fiscal year, FLLT completed 15 protection projects totaling 1,022 acres in the region.
FLLT assessed the Upper Susquehanna watershed for conservation priority areas.
4 issues of The Land Steward from 2011.
4 issues of The Land Steward from 2010.
The culmination of a yearlong evaluation of the Canandaigua Lake watershed undertaken by FLLT.