Crooked Creek Headwaters Protected

In April 2016, TILT conserved 150.9 acres on Limestone Road in the Town of Alexandria. This parcel provides extensive and varied habitat types including wetlands, forests and grasslands that are essential for a range of neotropical songbirds and migratory waterfowl.

The wetlands comprise a significant portion of the headwaters of Crooked Creek and contribute to the water quality of Chippewa Bay and the St. Lawrence River. Through the coordinated efforts of TILT staff, volunteers, and your support, the natural resources of this important property will remain intact for generations to come.  

(Spring 2016 Reflections Newsletter)

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