Finger Lakes Land Trust

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Our Mission

To conserve forever the lands and waters of the Finger Lakes region, ensuring scenic vistas, local foods, clean water, and wild places for everyone.

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Finger Lakes Land Trust Opens New Canandaigua Vista Nature Preserve

October 7, 2021

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Since 1989

For over 32 years, we have protected our priceless waters, wildlife, and ways of life. Will you help us do more?

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Each year, we save roughly 1,000 more acres of the Finger Lakes region, protecting the lands and waters that we all love.  How do we do it?  Powered by you!

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We need you!  Our members, volunteers, and landowners make conservation happen.  Sign up to volunteer, and see "people stories" about a few great Land Trust supporters.

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Maddy Walsh and Mike Suave

We’re grateful to call this place our home, knowing that it will live on in its natural state long after us.

Brad Edmondson

We’re all in this for our grandchildren’s grandchildren.

John Sutton

I am a Land Steward for High Vista Nature Preserve on Skaneateles Lake.