Photo: Bill Banaszewski

Year in Review – Top Land Trust Stories of 2019

Dear Friends of the Finger Lakes, thank you for another extraordinary year in land and water conservation. In 2019—our 30th Anniversary—you helped the Land Trust surpass milestones of 24,000 acres protected forever and nearly 43 miles of trails opened to the public!  Please enjoy the following highlights in our Year-in-Review. Together we can do more great things in 2020!

Photo: Matt Champlin

Land Trust Launches New Five-Point Initiative to Protect Water

Photo: Matt Champlin

Pristine Skaneateles Lake Shoreline Acquired by the Land Trust

Photo: Scott Levine

Land Donation Secures Scenic Stretch of Finger Lakes Trail

Photo: Nigel Kent

700 Acres of Canandaigua Farmland Conserved Forever

Photo: Chuck Feil

Land Purchases Link Conservation Lands and Buffer Honeoye Lake

Photo: Matt Champlin

Land Trust Protects Over 600 Acres of Farmland in Skaneateles Lake Watershed

Photo: FLLT

Land Trust Acquires More Than 200 Acres in Chemung River Valley

Photo: Scott Levine

Emerald Necklace Grows with Addition to Robinson Hollow State Forest

Photo: Nigel Kent

Land Trust Acquisition Protects Forested Property Above Canandaigua Lake

Photo: Chris Ray

We Did It: Lick Brook Gorge Trail Renewed Thanks to Your Support!

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