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The Newell farm is currently operated as an equestrian training and riding center.
Monthly conservation news for July 2017
Grants are awarded to projects which aim to protect water quality by creating streamside buffers.
The property is adjacent to the Land Trust’s existing 200-acre Charles Spencer Nature Preserve.
Please refrain from visiting the preserve until further notice.
Scientists have understood for more than 125 years that Spotted Salamanders have a mutualistic relationship with algae.
Monthly Conservation News for June 2017
The easement protects a part of Taughannock Creek, a tributary to Cayuga Lake.
The newly improved path connects to the adjacent Cayuga-Seneca Canal Trail.
Monthly conservation news for May 2017
The land will be conveyed to New York State as an addition to Danby State Forest.
A total of $1.8 million in Conservation Partnership Program grants were awarded to 58 nonprofit land trusts across New York.
Monthly conservation news for April 2017
Connecticut Hill is a popular destination for outdoor recreation and wildlife observation.
Funds for the project came from the state’s Farmland Protection Implementation Program.
The state budget includes historic investments in New York’s environment.
Despite their bold appearance, Wood Ducks are usually much more difficult to see than other waterfowl.
Outdoor enthusiasts have a new resource to find trails in Tompkins County.