Both the Finger Lakes Museum and Ganondagan State Historic Site exemplify the unique natural and cultural history of the Finger Lakes region.
Our annual report offers highlights of our work from this past year and we hope you enjoy these pages filled with good news.
Within the Finger Lakes region, areas around Canandaigua, Ithaca, and Cortland are among the most threatened in the state according to American Farmland Trust’s “Farms Under Threat” report.
The preserve is a gift from Jerusalem residents Art and Kay Wilder.
The property contains 785 feet of frontage along the Owasco Inlet and is adjacent to the Owasco Flats Wildlife Management Area.
The Land Trust is seeking an individual to provide part-time accounting support.
The Land Trust Accreditation Commission invites public input.
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A generous family wants to match your gift!
This property provides an important connection between state lands on Bare Hill and two other parcels previously acquired by the Land Trust.
The property was generously donated to the organization by community members Cornelia “Nelly” Farnum and Jack Booker.
Otisco Lakeshore Protection, Free Online Event, and Two Miles of Land Above Skaneateles Lake Conserved Forever!
Learn about snail biology, behavior, and why they occupy an important place in the ecosystem.
The Land Trust acquired a 35-acre property at the southeastern end of Otisco Lake.
FLLT presents a new conservation success – a big win for open space and clean water!
Wade is a former president of Canandaigua Lake Watershed Association.
The Land Trust purchased 75 acres of woodlands in Cortland and Onondaga counties, linking the organization’s High Vista and Hinchcliff Family preserves,
Protecting the Skaneateles Highlands, 500 Acres of Conserved Farmland, Two Breathtaking Videos, and More!
The grantees were chosen based on their ability to benefit youth by fostering their connection with nature.