Got talent? Tug Hill Calendar Contest underway



WATERTOWN, N.Y. – Attention local photographers – now’s your chance to take your best shot! The Annual Tug Hill Calendar Photo Contest is starting, and organizers are once again looking for great photos taken anywhere within the Tug Hill region.

This is your chance to be a part of the only community-produced Tug Hill Calendar. The winning photo will be featured as the cover of the Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust 2020 Calendar. The top selected photos will be featured as months, and smaller ones will be featured throughout.

Last year, local photographers submitted amazing photos of wildlife, flowers, forests, farms, streams, and landscapes to create a memorable calendar. This is your chance to create another beautiful calendar by submitting your best photos – up to 10 per person.

All images will be considered; however, in order to be considered for a month or cover photo, follow these general printing guidelines: Your photo must be at least 300 dpi, with a resolution of 2550 pixels x 3300 pixels. If you have questions about dpi in your photos, call (315) 779-8240. Photographers selected for the cover or a main month photo will receive a complimentary calendar. The calendar will be available for purchase online and at various locations around Tug Hill.

Photos can be submitted by emailing If you do not have access to Internet, mail your photos to Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust, P.O. Box 6063, Watertown, N.Y. 13601. Include your name, contact information, photo location and month taken when submitting photos. The deadline for submissions is June 30.

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, more than 19,000 acres of Tug Hill’s forests, farms, and wildlife habitat have been protected by the Land Trust. 


(Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust)