“The region truly stands at a crossroads,” stated Andrew Zepp, Land Trust executive director.

A report released Wednesday by Finger Lakes Land Trust calls for an investment of $100 million over the next decade to address the threat of toxic algae and sprawling development on the region’s land and water resources.
“The region truly stands at a crossroads,” stated Andrew Zepp, the organization’s executive director. “While this may seem like an extraordinary investment to some people, there will be a greater public cost in the long run if we fail to act now.”
Lakes, Farms, and Forests Forever — the title of the Land Trust’s report, is based on a year-long comprehensive assessment of the region’s natural resources coupled with input from 40 nonprofit organizations, county and regional planning departments, and government conservation agencies.
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