The organization is focusing on protecting the steep hillsides and pristine shorelines that ensure water quality in the Finger Lakes.
A resource for conservation landowners in the Finger Lakes region
Two Farmland Protection Wins, Chemung River Access, Free Events
Christiansen Farms is a third-generation, NOFA-NY-certified organic dairy and crop farm.
Creating one of the largest shoreline areas dedicated to wildlife conservation in the Finger Lakes!
A species full of peculiar and wonderful adaptations
1 issue of The Land Steward from 2023.
The FLLT intends to convey the two-acre property to New York State Department as an addition to the Big Flats Wildlife Management Area.
A look back at major conservation successes of 2022. Thank you for your contributions and hard work!
A series of online presentations given by local experts on threats to our land and water.
The property has expansive views of Owasco Lake and the surrounding area.
This is a full-time position based in Ithaca, NY.
Learn about our latest projects!
The long-awaited “threequel” in our Finger Lakes wildlife trail camera movies.
The parcel will be added to the FLLT’s Goetchius Preserve, a diverse 84-acre wetland complex.
1,000 Feet of Seneca Lake Shoreline Protected, Get Your Land Trust Gear, and Events!
Show your spirit with pieces that celebrate our “Finger Lakes Forever” campaign to save more lands and waters in our beautiful region.
A keystone species, the American chestnut is a fast-growing tree whose nuts once fed people as well as wildlife and livestock.
Sale of the property was contingent upon a preservation easement held by Historic Ithaca.
The FLLT accepted the donation of 15 acres of steep forested hillside on Glen Haven Road in the town of Niles, Cayuga County.
The Clean Water, Clean Air, and Green Jobs Bond Act is a historic piece of legislation.