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Community Interests, Conservation, Grants, Newsletters
October 23, 2017
The Carleton Island Pale Swallow-wort project receives $35,000 2017 Invasive Species Rapid Response and Control Grant.
Community Interests, Newsletters
The Ames Family Stewardship Fund supports one of our summer land steward positions annually. Katie Beeles filled that position.
Conservation, Grants, Newsletters
TILT was awarded $211,800 of grant funding for habitat protection in the St. Lawrence River/Great Lakes watershed.
TILT purchased over 300 acres of wetlands adjacent to the Crooked Creek Preserve for its ecosystem rarity, species vulnerability and irreplaceability.
May 25, 2017
A new crew of Summer Land Stewards are hired
A Vision Inspired by its Past
Allan Newell joins the Zenda Farms Preserve Advisory Committee
Long-time trustee elected Trustee Emerita
Grants, Newsletters, TILTreks & Events
TILTreks & Talks Education Fund Established at Northern New York Community Foundation
A family gift establishes new Summer Land Steward Fund.
You funded our Education & Outreach Internship!
Wetlands protected near the T.I. Bridge.
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.