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A Campaign to Save What Matters Most

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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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WEBINAR SERIES

Forest Conservation

March 10th, 2021 at 7:00 PM

In this webinar you will learn about the multiple benefits of forest conservation, and existing and proposed funding programs.

Missed our previous webinars? You can watch the full videos by clicking on the links below.

Conservation Easements 101: Fact vs Fiction webinar

Farmland Conservation webinar

WHAT'S NEW

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Perfect Timing

Trails connect people to each other and the land

You would have thought that social distancing, and wearing masks, would bring our land trust’s trail work to a halt….

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Jenny Spencer
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Celebrating “Local”

The Tug Hill 10 Challenge

Fun alert! People from all walks of life have joined the Tug Hill 10 Challenge. That means they’ve documented their…

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Staying connected

Multi-state wildlife conservation project makes headway

2020 was a good year for wildlife conservation, as the Staying Connected Initiative took several strides forward in its work…

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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

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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

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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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