Thanks to the dedication of FLLT members, partners, and volunteers, the organization has protected more than 30,000 acres!
We invite you to explore highlights of our work over the last year and encourage you reach out if you have questions or would like to get more involved.
We are pleased to present this report, filled with good news and highlights of our greatest accomplishments this past fiscal year.
Our annual report offers highlights of our work from this past year and we hope you enjoy these pages filled with good news.
Now in our 30th year, the Land Trust manages more than 35 nature preserves open to everyone, and holds 140 conservation easements protecting private lands.
With the help of over 200 volunteers, the Land Trust now stewards more than 21,000 acres!
The Land Trust protected over 1,660 additional acres of land.
FLLT conserved more than 1,200 acres, including 1,300 feet of lakeshore.
FLLT completed 14 land protection projects and opened two new preserves for everyone to enjoy.
FLLT protected more than 1,100 acres of the region’s most beloved lands during the last fiscal year.
FLLT completed 15 land protection projects totaling 1,547 acres of the region’s most significant open space.
During the 2011-2012 fiscal year, FLLT completed 15 protection projects totaling 1,022 acres in the region.