The plan provides a blueprint for open space conservation in New York State.
The report shows that land trusts have conserved 56 million acres across America.
Two of the Land Trust’s projects were selected for protection.
Acquiring the land will expand recreational opportunities for the public.
The property was once slated for residential development including more than 30 homes.
Over a half mile of the Finger Lakes Trail’s Bristol Hills Spur runs through the property.
The property features meadows as well as a rugged gorge and hillside woodlands above State Route 21.
The donation brings the total acreage of conserved land around Quarry Farm to more than 235 acres.
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Protection of the property will also help maintain water quality within nearby Owasco Lake.
The High Tor Wildlife Management Area is a popular recreational area attracting visitors from a wide area.
The property is located within the watershed of Glen Creek, which flows through Watkins Glen State Park.
Protection of the property safeguards one of our region’s premiere brook trout steams
The land borders Bear Swamp Creek – one of the region’s most pristine watercourses.
Bare Hill is well known in the region for its scenic views as well as its place in Seneca lore.
The Land Trust intends to establish a public conservation area with the property.
Mark is tirelessly dedicated to making a long-lasting difference for healthy forests.
The Land Trust has been awarded a total of $60,000 for projects in Seneca and Onondaga Counties.
The parcel contains over 900 feet of frontage on Six Mile Creek – the source of Ithaca’s drinking water.