Catskill Mountainkeeper Holding Virtual Discussions


Catskill MountainkeeperCatskill Mountainkeeper will be holding two virtual discussions at noon and 7 pm on Thursday, February 29th, to discuss how they will work to protect and preserve the Catskills through and beyond 2035.

They will be talking about strategies, challenges, and the most inspiring visions for the future with our elected officials, the experts at the Department of Environmental Conservation, and the scientists and professionals on the front lines of invasive species fights.

Both webinars will feature an active Q&A from participants, and both are free.

Invasive Species in the Catskills

The Catskills Regional Invasive Species Partnership team will be sharing the latest updates and actions on invasive species in the area–everything from hemlock woolly adelgid to northern snakehead.

Time: Noon
Date: February 29
Duration: 45 minutes

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Catskill Park Day Discussion

Decision makers from around the region will come together for a roundtable discussion to share a birds eye view of what they’re seeing across the region, and how to keep the Catskills thriving through 2035.

Time: 7 p.m.
Date: February 29
Duration: one hour

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Established in 2006, Catskill Mountainkeeper‘s mission is to protect our region’s forests and wild lands; safeguard air and water; nurture healthy, equitable, and sustainable communities; empower environmental justice communities; and accelerate the transition to a 100% clean and just energy future in New York State and beyond.

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