The Finger Lakes Museum (FLM) has been in existence since 2009. Centrally located in the Finger Lakes region, in the hamlet of Branchport, NY, on the northwest fork of Keuka Lake, the FLM's 29-acre site encompasses a 16-acre wetland/preserve—known as the Townsend-Grady Wildlife Preserve—and a 13-acre Campus that includes a 17,000 square foot building currently under phased renovation. The FLM lives its mission by offering quality outdoor programs, while working to raise capital to build an exhibit hall and community center. There is no other place in the Finger Lakes region that tells the story of the entire region, and also educates and inspires appreciation of the diverse ecology of this vast area.
This year's ROCtheDay campaign will be for the children! As part of the ongoing improvements at the Museum campus, we are working to build an outdoor playscape. Your donation today will help us purchase items for this outdoor nature wonderland, a perfect spot for children to explore in a safe and fun environment.
We focus on: The Environment, Education
Where we are: Livingston, Ontario, Seneca, Wayne, Yates
Back to Not-For-Profits