The Finger Lakes Land Trust presents an extraordinary new chance to protect land and water in the Cayuga…
600 Acres of Canandaigua Farmland Protected, A Win for Skaneateles Lake, and a Free Online Water Quality Event!
Winter reflections from a young conservationist
Owned and managed by Mark and Kim Stryker, the farm is located just off State Route 332, north of the city of Canandaigua.
Watch a recording of this online presentation from March 16, 2021.
The property is bordered to the north by Bear Swamp State Forest.
Watch a recording of this online presentation from February 25, 2021.
Conserving the property will help protect Ithaca’s drinking water by prohibiting development on the steep slopes which drain into Six Mile Creek.
Watch the recording of this online presentation from February 16, 2021.
Free Virtual Event, Six Mile Creek Protection, and an Employment Opportunity
The project will help protect public water supplies in the city of Ithaca.
A resource for conservation landowners in the Finger Lakes region
This new addition will improve land stewardship and opportunities for recreation.
Our local otter species is the North American river otter (Lontra canadensis).
1 issue of The Land Steward from 2021.
A look back at major conservation successes of 2020. Thank you for your contributions and hard work!
The FLLT acquired 66 acres directly adjacent to Connecticut Hill Wildlife Management Area.
Two New Nature Preserves, Skaneateles Lake Protection, Gift Memberships, and We Met the Challenge!
The plantings will create a buffer of native plants around wetlands and lakeshore on the newly acquired property,
Thank you! You helped us raise $100,000!
The Land Trust acquired 68 wooded acres overlooking Skaneateles Lake in the town of Niles.