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Conservation changing lives in the Utica area

Conserving land has been a life-long goal for people like Richard Hughes, a Utica area landowner and farmer. “Our family has been here for almost 80 years, and we want to make sure that others…

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Julie Christmas

Your love of Tug Hill shows…

People like you are the engine behind what makes conservation happen in Tug Hill, and this coming year it’s more…

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Kids are staying inside, even in rural areas

You are helping to change that. Your love of the land may seem natural to you, but it’s more at…

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Kathy Hanchek

Winter Fun Challenge

Want to get outside?

Want to get outside? If you get restless during Tug Hill’s winter season, we have a challenge for you! Come…

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I’m delighted to join the team

I am very pleased to join the team at the Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust as the new Executive Director. This…

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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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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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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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Carl Heilman
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It’s all about the trees

New forest conservation program announced There’s good news for New York’s forests. The New York Department of Environmental Conservation and…

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Critical habitat is protected thanks to a team effort

An unexpected special place helps save threatened and endangered bats If you were driving down Route 11, you might be…

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