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David S. Smith Public Conservation Area Work Days

July 20, 2024
10:00 am
- 12:00 pm

Tug Hill Community Picnic 2024

August 10, 2024
10:00 am
- 2:00 pm
volunteer hike

Tug Hill Traverse Trail Work Day

July 27, 2024
10:00 am
- 2:00 pm
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volunteers in the wood working to clear the trails of debris

Volunteers enrich outdoor experiences on Tug Hill

Group leader’s efforts fosters fun and community

When Bob McNamara decided to volunteer for the land trust, he wasn’t thinking about becoming a ‘mover and shaker.’ Rather,…

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Bee on purple flower
Jodi Towne

You’re helping pollinators at our conservation areas

Increasing native plant diversity helps pollinators thrive

When Serena Soldani went out to clean off her car this spring, something clicked. “Normally, I would mutter to myself…

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Pond surrounded by forest near Redfield
RD White

Top of Mind from the Bottom of the Hill

Paul and Diane Miller live at the Bottom of the Hill. Tug Hill that is – along Fish Creek near…

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