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Land Purchase Expands Emerald Necklace Greenbelt And Adds To Existing Nature Preserve In Tompkins County
Ithaca, NY – The Finger Lakes Land Trust today announced that it has acquired 30 acres of meadows, forest, and wetlands as an addition to its Lindsay-Parsons Biodiversity Preserve in the Town of West Danby, Tompkins County. With this latest addition, the preserve now spans 537 acres of diverse wildlife habitats.
State Grant Provides Support for Development of Skaneateles Lake Conservation Area
Ithaca, NY - The Finger Lakes Land Trust announced today that it has been awarded $306,525 from the New York State Office of Parks and Recreation in support of efforts to acquire and develop the Hinchcliff Family Preserve, located at the southern end of Skaneateles Lake.
Conservation Easement on Lansing Property Protects Cayuga Lake Watershed
The Finger Lakes Land Trust announced today that it has accepted a donation of a conservation easement on 46 hillside acres overlooking Cayuga Lake from Mike and Carrie Koplinka-Loehr.
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Talks & Treks: Tree Indentification Walk
03/28/2015, 2:00 p.m., Roy H. Park Preserve SOUTH, Town of Dryden
Akiva Silver, naturalist, landscaper, and outdoor educator, will lead a walk that will focus on… Read More
Talks & Treks: Morning Bird Walk
05/16/2015, 8:00 a.m., Van Riper Conservation Area/Whitlock Nature Preserve
Town of Romulus
Co-sponsored and led by the Eaton Birding Society. Located on the western… Read More
Talks & Treks: Night Sensory Awareness Walk
06/13/2015, 8:30 p.m., Wesley Hill Nature Preserve, Town of Honeoye
Co-sponsored by the Finger Lakes Museum and Aquarium. Angela Cannon-Crothers, naturalist, author, instructor for Finger… Read More
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Grimes Glen County Park
Grimes Glen is for playful families, waterfall lovers, photographers, lovers of spring wildflowers and, maybe, a budding geologist or two.
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