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You Are Invited! Please Come to Our Annual Meeting at Indian Creek Farm, Ithaca, on Saturday, June 11, 2016.
Get to know Land Trust staff members and visit a conserved Finger Lakes farm and orchard! Join us this Saturday, June 11, at 10:00 AM to learn about the Land Trust’s ongoing conservation plans and recent accomplishments. An optional farm tour will begin at 11:30 AM. We will be there under the tent – rain or shine! See the Story
Land Trust Gives 15 Acres at Owasco Flats to New York State for Conservation and Outdoor Reccreation.
The property, a mix of wetlands and cropland, has been donated to the Department of Environmental Conservation to enhance fishing, hunting, hiking, kayaking and other outdoor recreational pursuits. See the Story
We Can Do It! Let’s Complete the Six Mile Creek Protection Project Together; Over $215,000 Already Raised.
With your help, we are acting on a rare chance to buy land that buffers 12,000 feet of shoreline along Six Mile Creek and its tributaries upstream of Ithaca. We have raised over 72% of our goal, and together we can complete the job! Six Mile Creek is beautiful in all seasons, treasured for recreation, and vital as the source of drinking water for thousands who live and work in the City of Ithaca. Let’s protect it forever. See the Story
Volunteer Work Days at Great Hill Nature Preserve
On June 24 & 25, help is needed at the Great Hill Nature Preserve located above the southeast end of Canandaigua Lake. Join Land Trust staff and fellow volunteers to refresh a 1.6 mile hiking trail that winds through a forest high above the lake. See the Story
Bees, Butterflies and an Opportunity to Paint Outside!
Our event schedule for June is sure to have something for everyone! Join us for a family friendly bug and butterfly identification walk, a demonstration with the world’s leading honey bee expert, a plein air painting event in Skaneateles, and much more! See the Events Calendar
Six Mile Creek Video
Where does your drinking water come from? See our short video about the Six Mile Creek Protection Project. See other clips on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.