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FLLT Newsletters (2008)

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Fall 2008 (PDF)

Volume 20, Issue 4

  • Key Parcel in National Forest Secured
  • First Easement Completed in Onondaga County
  • Perspectives
  • Carpenter’s Falls Transferred to New York State
  • A Childhood Vision Remembered Protects 46 Acres in South Bristol
  • Land Trust Secures 14th Easement Protecting Six-Mile Creek
  • A Closer Look: The State of the Unionids: Freshwater Mussels of the Finger Lakes Region
  • Much more!!

Summer 2008 (PDF)

Volume 20, Issue 3

  • Geneva Land Gift Becomes the Kashong Conservation Area
  • Betsy Darlington Steps Down as Director of Preserve Stewardship
  • Second Annual Bird Quest Celebrates Nature’s Gifts
  • A Forest Oasis at High Vista Preserve
  • Conservationist of the Year
  • Volunteer of the Year
  • Going Coast to Coast for Conservation
  • A Closer Look: The Mourning Cloak Butterfly
  • Much more!

Spring 2008 (PDF)

Volume 20, Issue 2

  • Land Trust’s First Easement in Skaneateles Watershed Protects Critical Habitat
  • Campaign Launched to Expand Protection of Lick Brook
  • State Acquires Key Parcels for Conservation
  • Gifts Fuel Conservation Planning and Outreach Efforts
  • A Bird Watcher’s Guide to Our Protected Lands in the Ithaca Area
  • Volunteer Profile: Roger Hopkins and Dave Schurman
  • Spring Bird Quest 2008
  • A Closer Look: Forest Ephemera: Vernal Pools
  • Much more!!

Winter 2007-2008 (PDF)

Volume 20, Issue 1

  • Land Trust Celebrates Its 26th Nature Preserve
  • Easement Protects Shorefront and Open Vistas on Canandaigua Lake
  • State Grants Fuel Farmland Protection
  • Volunteer Profile: Al Cardinale
  • News from the Lindsay-Parsons Biodiversity Preserve
  • A Closer Look: Short-eared Owls