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At South Hill Cider, the apples come from wild trees, abandoned orchards and orchards of high quality cider apples from within their region to showcase the terroir of the Finger Lakes. They have planted an organically farmed cider orchard on a hilltop south of Ithaca to be part of a harmonious ecosystem that relies on diversity and fertility as its foundation. Steve Selin, the cidermaker, apple picker, and community orchardist has been bottling his own cider since 2003. Living four miles south of the Ithaca Commons, Steve and his family collaborated with an adjoining landowner to allow Steve to plow the fallow fields and to plant an orchard of cider apples. This land, being so close to Downtown Ithaca, was under intense development pressure, until a Conservation Easement was established in 2014, which will protect the land from subdivision and development.