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FLLT Newsletters (2006)

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Fall 2006 (PDF)

Volume 18, Issue 4

  • An Emerald Necklace in the Making
  • Tompkins County Secures 439-Acre Farm with Land Trust Support
  • State and Federal Tax Legislation Provide New Incentives for Conservation Easements
  • Perspectives
  • Cornell University and Finger Lakes Land Trust: Partners for 18 Years…and Counting
  • Steege Hill Preserve Hosts Sir David Attenborough’s “Life on Earth”
  • Eagles Return to Conserved Lands
  • Donor Profile: Mark Chao
  • A Closer Look: The Raven’s Tale
  • Much More!

Summer 2006 (PDF)

Volume 18, Issue 3

  • Land Trust Helps in Owasco Flats Wetlands Protection
  • Ithaca Acquires West Hill Woodland With Land Trust Help
  • Deer Ticks and Lyme Disease Increasing in the Finger Lakes
  • Perspectives
  • The Pull of an Owl Prowl-Talks and Treks Turns Ten
  • Preserve Profile: King Preserve
  • Reflections on Conservation: Taking up the Wetlands Challenge
  • Conservationist and Volunteer of the Year
  • A Closer Look: Damsels and Dragons
  • Much More!

Spring 2006 (PDF)

Volume 18, Issue 2

  • Neighbors Band Together to Protect Land Near Canandaigua Lake
  • New Conservation Easement Adds to Lindsay-Parsons Biodiversity Preserve
  • Preserve Profile: Lindsay-Parsons Biodiversity Preserve
  • Perspectives
  • Donor Thank You
  • Legislative News
  • Fundraising Goal for Grimes Glen Met – Parking Lot Cleanup Delays Acquisition
  • Donor Profile: Doug Beech
  • A Closer Look: The Elusive Spotted Salamander
  • Much More!

Winter 2005-2006 (PDF)

Volume 18, Issue 1

  • Land Gift and Village Partnership Protect Full Mile of Fall Creek Frontage
  • Forest Purchase Adds 61 Acres to Harriet Hollister Spencer State Park
  • Preserve Profile: Keeping Time in the Martin Nature Preserve
  • Perspectives
  • Reflections on Conservation: Managing Sediment in Six-Mile Creek
  • Legislative News
  • Business Partner Profile: Land Trust Has an Old Friend in Boyce Thompson Institute
  • Volunteer Profile: Gary Mallow
  • A Closer Look: Our Rarely Seen Neighbor, the Flying Squirrel
  • Much More!

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