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Jamie Houghton, retired Chairman of Corning Incorporated, and his wife Maisie donated 195 acres in the town of Corning to the Land Trust. The property will become a public conservation area, thus adding to the Houghton family legacy within the Corning community. See the Story.
The Land Trust is seeking your photos of people enjoying outdoor recreation in the Finger Lakes region. You can be a professional or amateur photographer — everyone is invited to enter! See the story for prizes and terms.
The Land Trust presented its Conservationist of the Year Award to forest entomologist Mark Whitmore. Working within the Cornell University Department of Natural Resources, Mark is committed to addressing the impacts of non-native, invasive insects on the forests of New York State. See the Story.
A 16.6-acre parcel on Bare Hill, the iconic promontory overlooking Canandaigua Lake’s eastern shore, has been acquired by the Land Trust for permanent protection. The property will ultimately be conveyed to New York State as an addition to the adjacent Bare Hill State Unique Area. See the Story.
Take a slow walk in search of snails, explore the gorgeous creek and waterfalls of Grimes Glen, or enjoy an anniversary hike at our largest preserve! We have plenty of events still to come! See the Event Calendar.