I love to provide opportunities for anyone to explore their natural environment more deeply.
I relish the opportunity to interact and build friendships with FLLT staff and other volunteers.
I feel passionate about sharing my knowledge about land snails with others.
It’s for them: our grandchildren and their children for generations to come.
The landscapes of the Finger Lakes have shaped the memories of my youth.
I like all the people involved with the FLLT.
I have a vested interest in ensuring Ithaca’s natural resources remain for generations to come.
It would be a shame to take these fields out of diversified agricultural production.
Our motivation is simple: to protect and preserve this land for future generations.
I sincerely believe in the beauty of the Finger Lakes.
I love checking in on the work of the beavers in the pond at Lindsay-Parsons.
We wanted to protect this 19th-Century farm for future generations.
I lead tree identification and appreciation walks at FLLT preserves.
This land supported my family for 37 years, and it will remain protected.
I’ve been a volunteer and member since the Land Trust’s beginning in 1988.
Land conservation is a vital component of preserving our beautiful region.
I read to kids on the Story Walks at the nature preserves.
When I was a young kid I always dreamed of having our farm intact.
I enjoy working in the woods with good and knowledgeable people.
I donated my loose change to become a member of FLLT.