Photo: Raaj Bora

The Living Land: Monthly News for February 2024

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An aerial view of a forested hillside and river

Photo: Chris Ray

Nearly 1,000 Acres Protected at Bad Bear Hill Near Corning, Largest Project in FLLT History!

An aerial view of a bluff overlooking a lake

Photo: Bill Hecht

Finger Lakes Land Trust Launches Bluff Point Conservation Effort on Keuka Lake Through Two Land Purchases

Photo: Tony Russo

Family Vineyard Conserved, Securing 4,000 Feet of Streamfront in Canandaigua Lake Watershed

A view of an open field with a pond in the distance

Photo: Amy Olney

Over 180 Scenic Acres in the Chemung River Basin Permanently Protected by Generous Easement Donation

Free Online Event! Register for a Conversation with Pulitzer Prize-nominated Author Dan Egan About Phosphorus and the Health of Our Lakes, Tuesday, March 5 at 7:30 PM

An aerial view of fields and woodlands above a long blue lake

Photo: Bill Hecht

Our Cedar View Addition to Bell Station Recognized in New York Times Story About Rewilding Golf Courses



Watch the latest video and learn about the Finger Lakes Land Trust’s largest conservation project in its 35-year history! With nearly 1,000 acres, Bad Bear Hill contains miles of recreational trails just a short drive from downtown Corning, NY. Bad Bear Hill also has nearly a mile of shoreline on the Canisteo River, now protected to safeguard water quality and habitat. The FLLT will open the property to the public for daytime use after developing an interim management plan for the site, which the organization intends to transfer to New York State as an addition to McCarthy Hill State Forest. See more clips on Facebook and YouTube!


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