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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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North Harbor Dairy
© The Robbins Family

Family, heritage, and a way of life

The Robbins family farm is full of surprises

There’s the sweeping expanse of fields, woodlands and meadows­—all 4,000 acres of it—which in and of itself is quite remarkable. Then there’s the fact that…

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Pollinators
© Geoff Griffiths

Pollinator Fun at the Zoo!

You can help the bees & butterflies right in your own back yard. How? Come to our Pollinator Heroes workshops to learn what you can…

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Meek Farm

Thinking About the Future

Thanks to you and a diverse partnership a small, family-owned farm was conserved

The Meeks & Sons Farm is a dairy farm in our area, that has been in the family for four generations. Greg Meeks and his…

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Ducks Unlimited
© Loretta Lepkowski

Federal funding fuels private lands projects

Published by Ducks Unlimited

Two North American Wetlands Conservation Act grants led by the Thousand Islands Land Trust and Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust are supporting multiple wetland restoration…

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Bob and Leif

Flying with a Mission

When we conserve thousands of acres of farms and woodlands with the landowners of Tug Hill—sometimes over 1,500 acres a year—we make a pledge to…

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snowshoe event

Experience Extinction

An emerging problem for conservation

Because so many of us live in, or visit, Tug Hill you might think that folks would be outside every day—hanging out with neighbors and…

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Tughill to Adirondacks case study

Finding Common Ground for Connectivity in Rural Communities

On a snowy December night in 2010, the Staying Connected Initiative led a community visioning exercise with stakeholder groups and local officials representing Ava, Steuben,…

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