Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Webinar

Thursday February 25, 2021 at 6:30 PM Eastern Time
To register: us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Em8FzMtwT-Oo20JlPC_axg

Electric vehicles have gone mainstream and the growing demand for public charging access will significantly impact municipal planning activities. Whether your jurisdiction is considering providing public charging resources for your residents or adding electric vehicles to your fleet, this webinar will discuss the benefits of developing a robust … Read More...

Conservation on Tug Hill Webinar Series

A three-part webinar series from the Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust and the NYS Tug Hill Commission,
Conservation on Tug Hill is geared towards municipalities and landowners.


The recording of Conservation Easements 101:  Fact vs Fiction is available on our YouTube Channel.

Part 2:  Farmland Conservation

Wednesday February 10, 2021 at 7:00 pm

In part 2, Farmland Conservation, …

Report Finalized: Ten Years of Progress in the Black River Watershed

The Black River Initiative is a multi-pronged approach to protect and improve water quality, recreational opportunities, and communities along the Black River. The Black River Watershed Management Plan (2010), Black River 9-element Plan (2016), Black River Blueway Trail Plan (2007), and Black River Trail Scenic Byway Corridor Management Plan (2012) provide the foundation to advance existing efforts and new projects … Read More...

The Constable Chronicles

The Constable Hall Association and the Tug Hill Commission had a blast recording the “Constable Chronicles” webinar series. Thank you to Martha Murray and Peter Hayes for bringing to life the history of this remarkable family of New Yorkers! All three webinars, narrated by Martha Constable Murray, a direct descendant of William Constable Jr., the builder of Constable Hall in … Read More...

How to Enhance Transparency in Planning Proceedings Webinar – June 23

How to Enhance Transparency in Planning Proceedings
Webinar June 23, 4 pm
Public confidence in government is low. Local leaders must find opportunities to bring the public “under the tent” as it relates to planning decisions. Simply “checking the boxes” in terms of open meetings requirements is not enough to ensure that the public understands projects and their potential impact. … Read More...