Photo: Nigel Kent

The Living Land: Monthly News for March 2023

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A woman wearing a flowery dress standing in front of her flower garden

Photo: Chris Ray

Over 50 Acres in Six Mile Creek Watershed Conserved Forever

A long skinny waterfall surrounded by green vegetation

Photo: Matt Champlin

Bahar Preserve and Carpenter Falls Inducted into Old-Growth Forest Network

A tree-lined meadow

Photo: Rob Howard

Land Trust Protects Over 20 Acres on West Side of Skaneateles Lake

Two people building a wooden footbridge

Photo: Jeff Katris

Use Our Online Form to Report on Spring Trail Conditions at Finger Lakes Land Trust Nature Preserves

A group of people birding in the woods

Photo: Heather Ainsworth

Birding for Beginners, Tree Identification, and More! See Our Calendar of Free Public Events




Watch the video to learn about a wonderful new conservation project that will build upon the major victory at Bell Station last year! The Cedar View addition will add 110 acres of scenic vistas, productive farm fields, lakeshore woodlands, and a former golf course, creating grassland habitat for migratory songbirds such as Bobolinks, Savannah Sparrows, and Eastern Meadowlarks. Together the Bell Station and Cedar View properties will create one of the largest shoreline areas dedicated to wildlife conservation in the Finger Lakes region! Visit to learn more and support the project. Thank you!

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