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Tug Hill for

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A Campaign to Save What Matters Most

watercolor drawing by Bob MacNamara
Drawing: ©Bob McNamara

PROGRAMS & EVENTS

To keep everyone as safe as possible, we will practice COVID-19 social distancing guidelines at all of our programs and events.

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2022 Annual Dinner

Thursday, September 29th
6:00pm-9pm
3 Willows Event Center

6pm-7pm Cocktail Hour 

6pm-8pm Silent Auction

7pm-9pm Buffet-style Dinner 

7:30pm Welcoming new Executive Director, Mark Pacilio & honoring Linda Garrett, Chris Kelly, Janet Thompson & Paul Miller

Tickets are $50 per person or $90 per couple
RSVP by Wednesday, September 7th

WHAT'S NEW

Bob on a tractor
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200 Years and Counting

A remarkable man conserves his family’s land “Our family came to this area in 1800, just after the Town of…

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duck standing on a rock in the wetland
Passion4Nature
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New public conservation area in the works

Partnerships take flight If you’re looking for a place to immerse yourself in nature, surrounded by birds who depend on…

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reading in the woods
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Can a backpack save the day?

Did you know that kids spend more time on their phones and electronic devices than ever before? According to a…

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Conserving Land, Connecting People, Celebrating Nature

Over 20,000 Acres Protected

As a community-supported conservation organization, you make it possible

meadow on Partridge Hill Road

OPTIONS & BENEFITS

Conserve Your Land

Everyone conserves their land for different reasons, but they all have something in common...They love their land.

Learn more about how to protect your land, or land in your community, and be a part of keeping the Tug Hill region special for future generations.

Land Protection & Programming Focus Areas

You're helping to make Tug Hill special for generations to come

A yong boy with his cow at the Fair in Boonville

PROGRAMS

Protecting Farmland

We work closely with farm families to protect the lands they cherish the most.

Protecting the extraordinary rural landscape, so important to feeding our families with fresh produce and dairy, connecting generations, young and old, to the land.

One unique program is ACUB (Army Compatible Use Buffer) limiting use or development of property near the Fort Drum installation to agricultural and forestry uses.

Videos

Getting to know our lands

Take a walk with us over the forest and through the woods.

Learn about the many trails throughout our Tug Hill region and the wildlife who live there. This Video feature's an Inman Gulf trail walk.

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