A look back at major conservation successes of 2018. Thank you for your contributions and hard work.
A resource for conservation landowners in the Finger Lakes region
The Finger Lakes Land Trust is celebrating its 30th Anniversary throughout 2019. Stay tuned for event listings and news!
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.
The Development Associate is responsible for providing high-level administrative support.
The Director of Conservation is responsible for leading the team that implements the Land Trust’s land and water conservation programs.
This story began many decades ago with an acorn falling to earth on Logan Hill.
1 issue of The Land Steward from 2019.
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.
Partnership Protects Popular Recreation Trail, Skaneateles Lake Protection, and Last Call for Photos!
Acquisition of the property will build upon cooperative efforts to create a natural corridor along the trail.
The land is adjacent to Bear Swamp State Forest.
Nearly all of the property is located within the Six Mile Creek watershed.
The Emerald Necklace Grows, Gift Memberships, and a Special Thank You to Our Volunteers!
A generous family wants to match your gift.
The Land Trust has many people to be grateful for.
The property is adjacent to the Land Trust’s 200-acre Charles Spencer Nature Preserve.