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A beautiful mosaic of 1000 Islands habitats within walking distance of the Village of Alexandria Bay. Otter Creek Preserve from the air Explore this site.
Community Interests, Newsletters
May 25, 2017
A family gift establishes new Summer Land Steward Fund.
You funded our Education & Outreach Internship!
Wetlands protected near the T.I. Bridge.
Conservation, Grants, Newsletters
A Parks, Preservation & Heritage grant will help TILT for the planning for a significant upgrade to and extension of the Sissy Danforth Rivergate Trail between Clayton and LaFargeville.
April 06, 2017
Property along Blind Bay (near the T.I. Bridge) donated to TILT.
Article, Conservation, Grants
An infestation of pale swallow-wort on Carleton Island has prompted the The Thousand Islands Land Trust to pursue state funding to remove it.
May 31, 2016
Spencer Busler joins the TILT team as Director of Land Conservation.
A great partnership creates brush-off stations with lots of information about invasive species.
Volunteer awards are presented each year in five categories.
Volunteers are so important to TILT and all great volunteers have one thing in common: PASSION!
A new easement on the last unprotected parcel of Flynn Bay conserves this important muskie spawning habitat.
A new acquisition protects approximately 150 acres in the Town of Alexandria.
You can help conserve this place we love and make sure your favorite places and experiences are there for others to discover too!
Community Interests, Press Releases, TILTreks & Events
April 11, 2016
TILT celebrates Arbor Day each year by planting trees.
Community Interests, Press Releases
February 02, 2016
Summer Land Stewards wanted for internships with the Land Trust!
September 01, 2015
TILT will receive a $1 million federal grant to enhance and protect critical wetlands in the St. Lawrence River Valley and Thousand Islands region.
April 28, 2015
TILT purchased 281 acres on Wellesley Island to preserve natural beauty and wildlife habitat for migratory waterfowl, such as broadbills, pintails, mallards, and threatened species such as the least bittern and American bittern.
March 02, 2015
TILT supports the concept of renewable energy, but opposes siting industrial wind turbines in the viewshed of the St. Lawrence River.