$100M sought to fight algae and other threats to Finger Lakes

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.

“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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