Ways To Give


Tug Hill for Tomorrow

Save What Matters Most

Make a monthly gift that keeps conservation going all year long.

Become one of our Local Conservation Heroes whose generosity makes an ongoing difference when we need it most...

Join those who care about Tug Hill and help conserve and celebrate the very essence of what makes it so special.

All contributions, of any size, are welcome...

Ezekiel Siegrist


© Christian Christman

You can pay tribute to, or honor, someone special to you with a gift that will last for generations to come. We will send a card, as appropriate, to convey your appreciation…

Your love of the land and Tug Hill can live on in the hearts and minds of those you touch through a Planned Gift to the land trust. There are many ways to achieve your goals...

© Kathy Hancheck

Jump start land conservation in Tug Hill with a gift of property. You can donate a house, a business property, a vacant parcel in town or in the hills of Tug Hill. Sometimes it can become...


Donating stock can be a very effective way of reducing your income tax exposure while furthering your desire to conserve what makes Tug Hill so special...

Raise your business profile and help make Tug Hill a great place to live, work, and play by sponsoring a program, event, or conservation publication...

You can make a contribution directly from your traditional IRA without it being considered a taxable distribution...

Want to explore how to do this?


Share Your Time & Talent
As a volunteer for the Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust your time and talent is what makes conservation and our community programs happen day-in, and day-out.
  • Trail Maintenance
  • Lead a Field Trip or Workshop
  • Lend your Technical Services
Photo Instruction


Feel free to call Mark Pacilio, Executive Director, at 315-779-8240 or email him at mpacilio@tughilltomorrowlandtrust.org, if you have questions or would like to brainstorm about ways you can contribute. Your generosity can make all the difference to the farms, forests, wildlife and communities of Tug Hill.

© Pamela Underhill Karaz