Finger Lakes Land Trust recently achieved a milestone accomplishment.
By completing protection of 324 acres of farmland in Dryden, the nonprofit has now conserved more than 25,000 acres in its three-decade history.
Founded in 1989 as an all-volunteer organization, it has since created more than 35 nature preserves across the region with year-round public access.
FLLT has also opened 46 miles of trails, protected over 3 miles of lakeshores and completed more than 150 conservation easements by with private landowners.
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