The sections covering the plants of the Skaneateles Conservation Areas include:
- Native wildflower restoration
- Major trees (native & non-invasive exotics)
- Invasive plants (including invasive trees)
For a more extensive collection of the flora of the conservation areas, see:
- Skaneateles Conservation Area flora at WikiMedia Commons.
- Henry David Thoreau (1854), Walden : Life in the Woods.
- Aldo Leopold (1949), A Sand County Almanac and Sketches Here and There. Oxford University Press.
- Mary Byrd Davis, Ed. (1996), Eastern Old-Growth Forests : Prospects for Rediscovery and Recovery. Island Press.
- Leslie Jones Saur (1998), The Once and Future Forest : A Guide to Forest Restoration Strategies. Island Press.
- Jason Van Driesche & Roy Van Driesche (2000), Nature Out of Place : Biological Invasions in the Global Age. Island Press.
- Douglas W. Tallamy (2007), Bringing Nature Home – How You can Sustain Wildlife with Native Plants. Timber Press.
- Sylvan Ramsey Kaufman & Wallace Kaufman (2007), Invasive Plants : A Guide to Identification, Impacts, and Control of Common North American Species. Stackpole Books.
- Viki A. Cramer & Richard J. Hobbs (2007), Old Fields : Dynamics and Restoration of Abandoned Farmland. Island Press.
- Steven I. Apfelbaum & Alan Haney (2010), Restoring Ecological Health to Your Land. Society for Ecological Restoration, Int’l, Island Press.
- Robert J. Cabin (2011), Intelligent Tinkering : Bridging the Gap between Science and Practice. Island Press.
- Eric Rutkow (2012), American Canopy : Trees, Forests, and the Making of a Nation. Scribner.
- Jim Robbins (2012), The Man Who Planted Trees : Lost Groves, Champion Trees, and an Urgent Plan to Save the Planet. Spiegel & Grau.
- Andre F. Clewell & James Aronson (2013), Ecological Restoration :
Principles, Values, and Structure of an Emerging Profession, Second Edition. Island Press.