In 2011, Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust (THTLT) became an accredited land trust, at the time one of only 130 land trusts in the country. Today there are over 300 land trusts that have earned the accreditation status. The land trust accreditation program recognizes land conservation organizations that meet national quality standards for protecting important […]
In 1994, a new exhibit featuring the Tug Hill region was erected at the NYS Zoo at Thompson Park. This event marked the beginning of a partnership between Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust and the Zoo. Now, almost twenty years later, the Tug Hill exhibit has undergone a renovation, and the partnership between THTLT and […]
Coming to a library near you, we will be on the road during the month of June partnering with our local libraries to offer nature inspired stories and activities. Join us for one or all of these fun, free programs. The libraries we will be visiting are the Carthage Free Library, Lowville Free Library, and the […]
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Why I Care
“Being raised on a small dairy farm in the Tug Hill region with a remarkably beautiful view of the Adirondacks heightened my own appreciation of this landscape and the work involved in raising children, animals, and produce. I see and feel the current changes, economic pressures families face, and the uncertainty of where it is all going. Yet beneath it lies a trend to buy locally and adopt a healthier lifestyle. That's what I love most about our agriculturally based Tug Hill region.”
-Loretta Lepkowski, Artist