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moose walking through the property
April Percy Stillwaterer

“We want to leave a peaceful place for generations to come”

Local families taking action

Julia Rubenstein’s dad, Stan Wiater, loved wildlife. Growing up in the 1940’s, he learned about hard work and respecting nature during the long days at camp in the town of Forestport, Oneida County. As a…

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huge turnip

Cross Island Farms shows up for conservation

Cross Island Farms was founded as a sustainable farm in 2005 and since that time farmers Dani Baker and David…

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soggy sneakers runners dressed as super heroes

Soggy Sneakers makes a splash

What a day! Eighty-five hardy folks dusted off their sneakers and joined us for the Tug Hill Soggy Sneaker 5K…

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Gift Enhances New Public Conservation Area

Pure Water for Life helps THTLT take a giant step forward

The importance of having accessible open spaces for recreation, physical and mental health and connecting and learning about nature has…

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kids on trails

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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closeup selfie of Jenny Spencer on a winter hike
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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Larry Masters
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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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freedom of connecting with nature
M. Pistolese

An Amazing Gift

The natural world can be a place of peace, health and inspiration

“For kids, the natural world can be a place of peace, health and inspiration—and can launch a lifetime passion for…

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winter snowmobile trail heading into the sunset
Kaiden Steria

Hey, Thanks!

Local businesses and community members are making amazing things happen

Businesses, both large and small, as well as community members who care about Tug Hill, continue to play a pivotal…

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Photo by Barbara Morris
Barbara Morris

2021 Tug Hill Calendar Published

A product Tug Hill residents look forward to every year! The beautiful full color 12×9 calendar featuring photos taken in…

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