Land Protection

Ton Ka Wa Landowner Visit with The Nature Conservancy

Have you ever wondered what the future of wildlife and water will be in Tug Hill?

Partnership provides funding for interested landowners

Studies around the world, including the University of Florida, Wisconsin at Madison, Cornell University, and as far away as the University of Tasmania, are documenting…

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Huntley Family Farm

Dairy farmers conserving their land, family heritage

The next generation steps up

Dan Huntley’s family has worked the same land for 200 years. The iconic 720-acre farm, located in the town of Pierrepont, in St. Lawrence County,…

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land trust in climate change brochure

Report Sheds Light on Role of Land Trusts in Climate Change

The Land Trust Alliance sees land conservancies as key to implementing renewables. At first blush, putting “open space” and “land conservancies” and “renewable energy” in…

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Kayak on Black River

When conservation connects, close to home

Making conservation last the test of time

For land conservation to withstand the test of time, future generations have to care about it and the land trusts who conserve it. Yet new…

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On the Mad River Flow looking NW.
©Bob McNamara

Tug Hill Land Trust Concerned About Mad River Wind Facility

Read the Entire White Paper Prepared by SUNY ESF

Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust has released a new “white paper” report with concerns about the wind energy facility proposed along the Mad River in…

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Independence River
© The Cataldo Family

A Family’s Land is Protected Forever in the Town of Greig

A sacred trust, a love together along the Independence River

It seems like it is always cold here in the North Country. The frosty nights of the fall, the blustery, bitter cold of winter and…

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Stavemill Hunt Club House
© Katie Malinowski

Conserving tradition

Creative Partnership Make Conservation Possible

Mitch Yerdon has spent much of his life—40 years of it—out hiking these woods, hunting with friends and spending time at the camp. There have…

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EBFC Exploratory Hike
© Loretta Lepkpski

A path to a magical place

Have you sensed that Tug Hill’s been missing something? As beautiful as it is, as lucky as we are living here, we’ve been lacking something…

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moose
© Master Images

Making Connections

Regional partnership conserves critical lands

Sometimes it’s just hard to fathom. With all the land around us, here in the Tug Hill and the Adirondacks, how is it that wildlife—like…

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