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A Capital Idea: Making Farmland Protection a Priority

What is it about the farms of Tug Hill you most treasure? Is it the emerald green stretches of land, fields of sunflowers in the summer or acres of pumpkins in the fall? The cows, rumbling of tractors, and depending on the wind, the sweet smell of fresh hay? From fresh cheese and milk, to […]

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You’re Invited: Find the Really Cool Birds

Spring is in full swing, and many of our favorite song birds are returning to raise their young in the North Country. Join Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust on Saturday, June 18 from 8 a.m. -10 a.m. to enjoy this family-friendly walk. We could see some great songbirds. For parts of the walk we will […]

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Bird & Wildflower Discovery Walk…and Special Book Deal

Trilliums, violets and a heron rookery await you on this springtime adventure. Bring lunch, comfortable shoes and binoculars. Local bird and plant experts will be our guides from 10 am – 2 pm on Saturday, May 7.  This is a great walk for teens and adults. aa With the warm weather wildflowers are beginning to bloom. […]

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