Our efforts will enable future generations to enjoy this property…

Cary and Deb Fassler

I grew up on nearly 300 acres on a busy state highway in rural Amboy, Oswego County. After attending a university and having a career, the love of the land called me back. My wife and two daughters support the goal of assuring that the forests and fields will remain productive yet preserve the wildlife habitat forever. Placing a conservation easement on our property with the land trust helped us realize our goal of permanently protecting our land. As this area grows, we get satisfaction knowing that our efforts will enable future generations of both people and wildlife to enjoy this property. Chalk it up for Mother Earth!

Cary Fassler
Conservation Easement Landowner & Current Board Member
Oswego County

Land registry program…

Field fence

Finding ways to help land-owners retain their working landscapes is key to the rural character and economy of the region. Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust is a great tool for landowners and helps them contribute to the region’s quality of life.

John Bartow
NYS Tug Hill Commission


Sustained for generations to come

Martha Deming

I want to know that not just a few years, but many generations down the road there will still be open land for farming, for animals, for birds, for the restoration and sustenance of the human spirit.

Martha Deming
Owner of Conserved Land
Oneida County

Dream come true

Spring Brook Virginia in the field

For me, this is more than my homestead, this is a wildlife preserve…one of the last places of its kind and that’s why it needs to be protected. Partnering with Tug Hill Tomorrow made this dream come true.

Virginia Batchelder
Conservation Landowner