About Us

Founded in 1989, the Finger Lakes Land Trust works to protect the natural integrity of the Finger Lakes Region.

Our Staff

The Board, Advisors, and Chairs

The Land Trust has over 200 active volunteers. Without the hard work of these many individuals, the Land Trust wouldn't be able to work for land protection. We need your skills, talents and enthusiasm to continue this noble cause.
Join us today, and be sure to indicate how you want to be involved.

Business Members of the Finger Lakes Land Trust

Already a member? Call us today, there's wonderful work afoot that could use your help!

Our work involves establishing nature preserves, holding conservation easements, educating for responsible stewardship, and working cooperatively with private groups and public agencies. We are a non-profit organization supported by donations from members and grants received from private foundations and government agencies.

Through a variety of means, we have provided protection for thousands of acres of wetlands, streams, meadows, forests, farmlands and shrublands throughout the Finger Lakes Region. These lands are rich with a diversity of wildlife and plants.

We can help you protect your land using conservation easements and other options. Check out how!

The Finger Lakes Land Trust is involved in many land protection projects which we hope will benefit not only the people living in the Finger Lakes area, but all of our future children and grandchildren.