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This spring, 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. 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. Together we can protect it forever. See the Story
Join us this Memorial Day weekend, May 28-30, for Spring Bird Quest to celebrate birds and bird diversity. Come experience the stunning diversity of breeding birds while also raising funds to protect critical bird habitat! Experienced birder Mark Chao will lead participants on four guided walks on Land Trust protected lands. Learn more.
The Land Trust is partnering with several organizations throughout the region to offer free public conservation workshops for private landowners. Workshops will be held in Schuyler, Seneca, Cortland and Ontario counties in May and June. Learn about the various tools available for protecting your land and water! Learn more.
Be a part of the creation of a new nature preserve! We are seeking volunteers to help build trails at the new Logan Hill Nature Preserve in the town of Candor, Tioga County. It’s a great way to get outdoors with other good people. Join us for Trailblazer Tuesdays in May! Learn more.
From our Hinchcliff Family Preserve in the eastern Finger Lakes region to our Wesley Hill Preserve in the west, we’ll hope you’ll join us for upcoming nature hikes, birding trips and our Annual Meeting and Celebration! See the Events Calendar.