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A 470-acre horse farm on Ithaca’s West Hill is now conserved forever. The extensive property is one of the largest remaining privately owned parcels within the town of Ithaca and features extensive fields and woodlands. Landowners Jan and Susan Suwinski grew the farm from an original 62-acre parcel through a series of land purchases. See the Story.
How do we protect over 19,000 acres and host over 25 events per year? Volunteers! Our devoted corps of volunteers does everything from clearing trails to leading educational hikes. Use the signup form and choose one of the volunteer types on our volunteering page. Thank you!
Learn to identify trees, take a walk in search of the American Woodcock, join us for Spring Bird Quest, or choose from more free public events! See the Events Calendar.
Registration is now open for the 9th Annual Ithaca Native Landscape Symposium to be held March 10 & 11, 2017 at Cinemapolis in Ithaca. The Land Trust has teamed up with organizers of the event to offer a year-long membership in the Finger Lakes Land Trust to new members who register for the 2-day event; current FLLT members receive $35 off the 2-day registration fee. Learn more.
Video of the Month
Enjoy this short video about the Lindsay-Parsons Biodiversity Preserve in Tompkins County – including beavers at work in the wetlands! If you have been hibernating for the winter, time to go exploring?