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Howard-Smith and Rusho Farm Preserves, the Heineman Family Songbird Forest and Potters Beach. Grindstone Island Nature Trail by Chris Murray Explore this site.
Community Interests, Newsletters, TILTreks & Events
October 25, 2018
Our 2018 TILTreks & Events offered a great opportunity to enjoy and celebrate the wild outdoors.
What is it like to work at TILT for the summer? Our 2018 Summer Land Stewards report back.
October 24, 2018
Rally, the annual convention of the Land Trust Alliance, is underway and TILT is there.
TILT will be applying for renewal of accreditation by the Land Trust Alliance Accreditation Commission in 2019.
Community Interests, Newsletters
TILT has been developing two business partnerships to usher in an era of renewed life at Zenda Farms.
The bucolic backdrop to Zenda Farms has been conserved and will remain forever wild.
The MacWades honor the memory of Richard Macsherry and Ken Deedy with gift to TILT.
Conservation, Grants, Newsletters
TILT receives grant contract with the US Fish and Wildlife Service for conservation in the St. Lawrence River Valley.
"Thousand Islands Forever" will help you make a lasting impact on this place we all love so much!
TILT has developed advisory committees to help with planning decisions for each preserve.
David Lucas, from Bluff Island (Clayton), has been elected to the TILT Board of Trustees.
The Deedy Family has placed a conservation easement on their property near the foot of Grindstone.
The Fund establishes an internship shared by TILT, Save The River, and the Minna Anthony Common Nature Center.
Several members of the staff have received promotions, and new staff have been appointed.
Conserving land is a delicate balance between protecting the natural resources that exist today and anticipating what the future might bring.
Ken Deedy, founder of TILT and life-time advocate of environmental stewardship and education in the Thousand Islands, died on August 8, 2018.
May 25, 2018
Restoration is underway in Otter Creek to open up the dense cattail marsh for wildlife.
Community Interests, Grants, Newsletters
October 24, 2017
Renovations to the Creamery will make it more suitable for classroom and office space.
October 23, 2017
Dedicated staff engage with the community; trustees recommit to the organization.
Community Interests, Conservation, Grants, Newsletters
The Carleton Island Pale Swallow-wort project receives $35,000 2017 Invasive Species Rapid Response and Control Grant.
TILT needs your support to protect the 1000 Islands region for present and future generations.
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