A look back at major conservation wins in 2015 and your extraordinary contributions.
Over 200 acres adjacent to the historic summer home of Mark Twain, now protected.
Congress has renewed the charitable IRA roll-over, retroactive to January 1, 2015.
This is the single greatest legislative action in decades to support land conservation.
Perhaps the crown jewel is the 4,505 foot stretch of Bear Swamp Creek that flows through the property.
Addition of this land to the adjacent wildlife management area will significantly enhance public access.
The West River Preserve encompasses 65 acres of restored grassland bird habitat near the south end of Canandaigua Lake.
The 206 acre preserve features more than a mile of fields and forests with panoramic views of Skaneateles Lake.
One of the protected farm properties is the main source of food for The Restaurant at Elderberry Pond.
Overlook is well known for affording one of the best vistas in the Finger Lakes region.
Easement conserves 116 acres next to New York’s only National Forest.
Grants will boost regional tourism efforts and help identify conservation priorities.
Join us for the 10th anniversary of Spring Bird Quest, celebrating birds and our work to preserve their vital habitats across the region.
The property is a mix of forest and meadows with frontage on Catatonk Creek.
The Finger Lakes Land Trust has been selected to apply for accreditation.
30-acre parcel adds to existing nature preserve in Tompkins County.
Easement conserves one of Cayuga Lake’s longest stretches of undeveloped shore.
Jobs, health, and resilience among benefits of conserved open spaces in New York State.
Easement secures forest and stream corridor at Brook Farm, venue of annual festival.
Forest and wetland acquisition expands greenbelt by adding to popular Roy H Park preserve.