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 Protects Over 160 Acres in the Cohocton River Watershed

April 10, 2024

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Since 1989

For over 35 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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Your online donation goes to work right here in the Finger Lakes region, saving forests, farmlands, gorges, wetlands, and shorelines.

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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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Christopher J. Luley

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I like the idea that this little oasis will remain essentially as is forever.

Donald Specker

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I like all the people involved with the FLLT.

Jason Dombroskie

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Protect the land and nature will do the rest.

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