Our staff works to engage with the community to solve and respond to key environmental challenges, reduce and make more equitable our collective use of the Earth's resources, and inspire respect for natural systems and our reliance on them.
Learn how to better utilize the natural resources in your local forests and community with our agroforestry page
The Catskill Creek Watershed Awareness Project invites you to get involved with clean water stewardship in your community. Several projects now need volunteers and we’d love to have you participate!
Learn how to identify the Emerald Ash Borer, monitor your Ash trees, detect and report possible EAB in your trees, and more, with resources we've compiled on this site.
Currently found in 41 states, this flowering shrub is classed among the top forest invasive plant species for the northeastern area by the US Forest Service.
Open burning regulations prohibit burning across New York State with only a few exceptions. Be sure you know the law before you burn!
Visit our list of links to find information on how to rebuild your stream following a flooding event, and on the advantages of creating riparian buffers.
Last updated November 1, 2017