Tug Hill Tomorrow Land TrustTug Hill, N.Y. – Attention local photographers - now's your chance to take your best shot! The Annual Tug Hill Calendar Photo Contest is happening and Tug Hill
Tomorrow Land Trust is looking for great photos taken anywhere within the Tug Hill region.

Help the land trust inspire others by taking a break and capturing moments in photos as you enjoy the wonder and uniqueness of nature in Tug Hill. There is so much scenic beauty and hidden gems in Tug Hill and this photo contest is designed for local residents to capture that beauty and share it.

From landscapes to wildlife and people representative of the region's cultural heritage, we encourage you to get creative as you enjoy the places you call home and share your favorite outdoor spots. Photos of wildlife, flowers, forests, farms, streams, landscapes, and people are accepted.

How to submit:
*       The deadline to submit photos for the 2021 Calendar is Friday, May 29, 2020.
*       You may submit up to 10 photos.
*       All photos must be taken in the Tug Hill region.
*       We need photos in all seasons (Winter, Spring, Summer & Fall).
*       When submitting your photos use the following naming format: Last_First_Location_Description_MonthTaken.
*       Email your photos or any questions to Communications & Marketing Director, Meredith Davison at mdavison@tughilltomorrow.org

A product Tug Hill residents look forward to every year, this beautiful full color 12x9 calendar is the only community produced Tug Hill calendar, featuring photos taken by local amateur photographers who live, work and play in the region. The winning photo will be featured as the cover of the 2021 Calendar, top selected photos will be featured as months, and smaller ones will also be featured throughout the months.

About Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust

Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust is a non-profit regional organization that works with private landowners to protect and foster responsible stewardship practices of working forest, farm, recreation and wild lands in northern New York's 2,100 square-mile Tug Hill region. The Tug Hill region covers parts of Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida and Oswego Counties. To date over 19,000 acres of Tug Hill's forests, farms, and wildlife habitat have been protected by the Land Trust. 



Meredith Davison
Communications & Marketing Director
P.O. Box 6063
Watertown, NY 13601