Partners & Links

Spread the Wealth

Here at ICNL, we want more than to just preserve land. We firmly believe in the importance of natural environments in our lives, and want to share that with the community around us. If your organization or group is interested in becoming partners with ICNL, we'd love to talk with you and make that possible! You can speak to our Faculty Manager, Jake Brenner through email (jbrenner@ithaca.edu), or by phone (607-274-3967). We can't wait to hear from you!

Current Partnerships

School of Humanities and Sciences - Provides ICNL's annual educational programming and development budget.

Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences - Since 2004 has provided ICNL's Faculty Manager, Committee Co-Chair, as well as administrative support.

Office of Facilities - Since 2004 has provided ICNL's Committee Co-Chair, as well as support for maintenance, repairs, hazard mitigation.

Resource and Environmental Management Program - Provides ICNL Student Intern wages.

Sustainability at Ithaca - IC Office of Civic Engagement

South Hill Forest Products - Non-timber forest products business run by students in the ENVS 350 course.

Primitive Pursuits - Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County

Finger Lakes Land Trust - ICNL supports FLLT's Emerald Necklace initiative

Fellow managers of educational working landscapes in upstate New York - Cornell University, Binghamton University, SUNY Fredonia, Alfred University

Conservation Catalysts Network - Institutes of higher education facilitating large landscape conservation