The Finger Lakes Land Trust is celebrating its 30th Anniversary throughout 2019. Stay tuned for event listings and news!
Announcing the winners and prizes of our 30th Anniversary photo contest – which saw hundreds of entries from 44 talented photographers!
Over 75 inspiring photos in the categories Aerial, Black and White, People in Nature, Plans & Fungi, Wildlife, and Landscapes.
Some 26 years ago, early supporters of the Finger Lakes Land Trust banded together to create the Sweedler…
Bare Hill is well known in the region for its scenic views as well as its place in Seneca lore.
30th Anniversary Celebrations, National Forest Addition, and Free Public Hikes!
This latest acquisition is the Land Trust’s seventh land protection project in the vicinity of the national forest.
The Land Protection Specialist will work closely with the Protection Team, other staff members and volunteers.
The Finger Lakes Land Trust, Nature Conservancy, and Skaneateles Lake Association have come together to address harmful algal blooms and water quality.
This popular series of birding trips led by FLLT volunteer Mark Chao will be held Memorial Day weekend.
Conserving the Keuka Lake Watershed, Expanding Our Bird Sanctuary, and $3 Million for Water Protection!
A resource for conservation landowners in the Finger Lakes region
It is with deep regret, that we say goodbye to Tom Reimers, our longtime friend and true champion of local trails.
The property contains a half mile of frontage on Big Gully Creek—a tributary to Keuka Lake that has carved a three mile long gorge.
The new addition brings the McIlroy Bird Sanctuary to over 260 acres.
This story began many decades ago with an acorn falling to earth on Logan Hill.
1 issue of The Land Steward from 2019.
A look back at major conservation successes of 2018. Thank you for your contributions and hard work.
You helped us raise $100,000 to support conservation in the Finger Lakes.
The grants will fund multiple projects in the Cayuga, Otisco, and Skaneateles lake watersheds.