Dear Friends of the Finger Lakes, thank you for another extraordinary year in land and water conservation. In 2021, you helped the Land Trust surpass milestones of 28,000 acres protected forever and 47 miles of trails open to the public! Please enjoy the following highlights in our Year in Review. Together we can do more great things in 2022! Our priority is to complete the purchase of Bell Station in spring. You can contribute today!
Cayuga Lake’s 470-Acre Bell Station Under Contract to Be Protected Forever
Finger Lakes Land Trust Adds One-Mile Hiking Trail to Network of Conserved Lands Overlooking Skaneateles Lake
Three Conservation Easements Protect Water Quality in Six Mile Creek Watershed
600 Acres of Canandaigua Farmland Conserved Forever, Protecting Against Intense Residential Development Pressure
Land Acquisition a Win for Skaneateles Lake, Includes 2,275 Feet of Frontage on Bear Swamp Creek
Partnership Enhances Access at 793-Acre Steege Hill Nature Preserve Above Chemung River
Finger Lakes Land Trust Acquires 4,000 Feet of Cayuga Lake Shoreline in Tompkins County, Will Open New Public Nature Preserve
New 90-Acre Canandaigua Vista Preserve Open to the Public
500 Acres of Farmland in Skaneateles Lake Watershed Protected
Finger Lakes Land Trust Acquires Popular Ithaca Trailhead
“A Major Victory for Conservation” – Watch Our New Bell Station Movie and Help Us Protect This Pristine Cayuga Lake Shoreline Forever! Also See the Campaign Page for Project Details!