Thanks to the dedication of FLLT members, partners, and volunteers, the organization has protected more than 30,000 acres!
Read our complete list of publicly accessible nature preserves where hunting is not allowed during the fall and winter hunting season, October 1 through December 19, 2023.
Conservation of this property secures scenic views, protects grassland bird habitat, and creates new recreation opportunities.
Another Big Win for Cayuga Lake, Double Your Impact, Free Events, and More
Please give today so that we can protect more land and help ensure the future of our lakes.
The property is located just north of the Bell Station parcel which the FLLT acquired in 2022.
Partnership Protects Cayuga Inlet, Your Legacy for Nature, Free Events, and More
Protection of this property helps prevent development that would disrupt critical buffers along the inlet.
The 2023 award goes to four incredibly deserving members.
Conservationists of the Year, Over 3,000 Feet Along Fall Creek Protected, Happy Hour, and More!
The parcel will be added to the FLLT’s adjacent Etna Nature Preserve.
Both municipalities acted quickly to secure significant open space over the course of the past year.
Learn about our Volunteer of the Year, the state of conservation in the Finger Lakes, and more.
The preserve is located off State Route 13 and borders more than 2,000 acres of conserved lands.
A major milestone coming on the heels of the fantastic news about the Finger Lakes Forever campaign. Thank you!
Thanks to the dedication of FLLT members, partners, and volunteers, the organization has protected more than 30,000 acres of forests, farms, meadows, and lakeshores across the 12-county Finger Lakes region.
Ganondagan State Historic Site Protection, Our 34th Annual Meeting, New Preserve Addition, and More
The property features meadows and a pond that provide habitat for grassland birds in an area that is facing significant development pressure.
The FLLT has been steadily expanding the Lindsay-Parsons Preserve since it was originally established in 1995.
Protection of the property will safeguard the drinking water supply for the city of Syracuse and neighboring communities.