“We decided to protect this property because we do not want to see any type of development happen, particularly on our agricultural land,” explained Jefferson County landowners Albert and Theresa Desormeaux. “I wish there was some way to protect all valuable agricultural land in this area of the North Country,” added Albert. The Desormeaux’s have […]
Today the New York State Conservation Partnership Grants were announced! Seventy-five grants, totaling $1.4 million, were awarded to 57 different land trusts all across the state. Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust received funding of $28,000 for work at our new Wildlife Sanctuary in the Town of Rutland. The Grant will enable us to complete a stewardship […]
Come out to help us celebrate the Earth on Saturday, April 27th from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm at our wildlife sanctuary. This new property needs care from volunteers of all ages! We will be picking up litter/debris along the road, removing branches to keep the trails passable, expanding the trails, and maintaining trail markers that were put up […]
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Why I Care
“It is so important to continue to partner with our local communities to protect Tug Hill’s most important wild lands, forests and farms that are a crucial piece of our economy. With the support of these communities and landowners we’re building a better tomorrow.”
-Bob Quinn, Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust Board Chairman