Have you heard birds in the morning, or noticed a few bees buzzing around your backyard? Our local pollinators are back in action this spring, and we’re here to help you learn how you can attract more of them to your backyard. You’re invited to join Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust and the Thompson Park […]
About Tug Hill TomorrowTug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust is an independent, nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization based on Watertown, NY. We work throughout the 2,100 square mile region, serving portions of Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida, Herkimer and Oswego counties. Since 1991, we have permanently conserved more than 7,000 acres, and worked with over 50 landowners. The conserved land includes working farms, productive forestland, recreation and wild lands – all conserved through voluntary, private land protection. The conservation work of Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust protects wildlife habitat, maintains scenic vistas, encourages recreational opportunities, and fosters a renewed sense of community.
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The birds are singing, and flowers are blooming as spring begins to unfold in the North Country. Join Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust on Saturday, May 20 from 10-2 p.m. Naturalists Robert McNamara and Geoff Griffiths will lead the hike and show you the best places to discover birds and wildflowers. This hike is perfect […]
***This trail work day has been rescheduled from Saturday, April 8th to Saturday, May 6th. Due to the forecast of snow scheduled for the 8th we decided to wait until May when conditions are better. Thank you for your understanding!*** Help us celebrate spring this year by giving your time and talent to a trail […]
Feeling sick and tired of winter this time of year? Switch up your routine and head outside with Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust (THTLT) for a fun snowshoe hike on Saturday, February 11th from 10 am – 2 pm as we explore protected land in Williamstown, Oswego County. Landowners, Cary Fassler and Deb Kahkejian will […]
Didn’t get to join us for the Discover the DANC Nature Trails hike on Saturday, January 14th? Worry not, we have some photos to share with everyone to show you what the trails are like over at DANC. The hike was also covered by the Watertown Daily Times and you can read the entire article […]
Starting to feel like you are getting cabin fever? We have the cure. Enjoy the snow and head outside with Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust (THTLT) for a unique snowshoe hike on Saturday, January 14th from 10 am – 2 pm. In addition to exploring the Murray Trail at the Development Authority of the North […]
THTLT is leading a winter hike or snowshoe (if the snow obliges) for anyone who needs a break from the holiday madness on Saturday, December 10th from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. The hike will take place at the Joseph A. Blake Wildlife Sanctuary in Rutland. We invite you to join us on this short trek with […]
Join us this winter for a heartwarming story hours about nature at local libraries throughout Tug Hill. A craft or activity will be provided that is perfect for preschoolers and their parents. THTLT story hour coordinator Kristy Sullivan will be leading these programs. Snacks provided by the Land Trust. Nature story hours will be held […]
2016-2017 Venerable Folks of Tug Hill Multi-Media Exhibit Schedule: Oct – Nov 2016, Halfshire Historical Society, Richland November 10, 2016 – Tug Hill Commission Annual Dinner, Tailwater Lodge, Altmar Feb – April 2017 – Traditional Arts of Upstate New York, Canton Local artist Loretta Lepkowski has created this exhibit with Camilla Ammirati of Traditional […]
Do you love Tug Hill? The rolling green farm fields, stunning wildlife, and great people make this place home. The 2017 Tug Hill Tomorrow Calendar is a special way to celebrate the beauty of our unique region year round. Preview the calendar 2017 calendar, and purchase it here. space A warm thank you to the […]
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"There are few farm families left... it's a way of life that is disappearing, and we're trying to preserve this important and vital way of life here in the Town of Philadelphia."
-Horton Family, ACUB Landowners