The Focus Area is where TILT is actively acquiring lands for conservation, completing restoration initiatives, carrying out stewardship monitoring and management activities, and performing public outreach and education. Excluding water bodies, the TILT Focus Area covers 374,269 acres, or 584 square miles. The Focus Area includes a total of seventeen towns spanning across St. Lawrence and Jefferson Counties, and is defined by the 21 sub-watersheds that directly influence the Upper St. Lawrence River.
Of the 374,269 acres of our focus area, TILT conserves over 11,180 acres or 3% (1.16% under easement, 1.82% fee-owned).
Below is a map outlining TILT's Focus Area and conserved lands as of 2014 (some conserved areas outlined are outdated).