Natural Lands of Ithaca College
Ithaca College owns 560 acres of natural lands. Much of this forms the South Hill Natural Area adjacent to the college campus in Ithaca, New York. Also nearby, directly across 96B from campus, is the Regenerative Use Area. In neighboring Newfield we have the Bob Robinson Family Preserve and the Ithaca College Natural Resource Reserve. These natural lands are managed under the guidance of the Ithaca College Natural Lands Committee (ICNL).
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How does ICNL connect with the IC 20/20 plan?
We've created a brochure to share with you! Includes a detailed map of the exciting educational and research opportunities currently taking place on the natural lands, and a description of how ICNL can further our goals for the future. Check it out in the documents section of our website: www.ithaca.edu/naturallands/docs/icnl2020brochure/
First Edition of "South Hill's Natural Area" now available on our website
"South Hill's Natural Area: An In-Depth Look at the Land" is a recently published book authored by Professor Jason Hamilton, the education coordinator for the IC Natural Lands committee. It is now available on our website in pdf and online-reader formats: www.ithaca.edu/naturallands/book/