I think the work that FLLT does to conserve land is critical to protect biodiversity.
The FLLT plays a key role in preserving what is special about the Finger Lakes.
I think the protection of remaining natural areas is of paramount importance.
The landscapes of the Finger Lakes have shaped the memories of my youth.
I like all the people involved with the FLLT.
I have a vested interest in ensuring Ithaca’s natural resources remain for generations to come.
I sincerely believe in the beauty of the Finger Lakes.
I love checking in on the work of the beavers in the pond at Lindsay-Parsons.
Land conservation is a vital component of preserving our beautiful region.
I donated my loose change to become a member of FLLT.
I am crazy about birds. The best way to protect birds is to preserve habitat.
FLLT ensures that anyone can explore and appreciate the natural beauty of our region.
We’re all in this for our grandchildren’s grandchildren.
Members since 1997, we enjoy hiking and skiing in the preserves.
The natural world is vital to our physical and mental well-being.
My favorite activity is visiting my favorite preserve with family and friends.
FLLT preserves habitat—that’s why I’m a member!