The Environmental Study Team program has started back up and meets on Sundays about every two weeks, from 12-4pm at the Schoharie River Center. Every EST meeting ends with hot food. It’s a fun filled afternoon - if you (or your children) are between the ages of 12 and 18, give EST a try, or click here to find out more about the program. Check the calendar for EST meeting dates.
In October, the Schoharie River Center is proud to present the first ever annual Watershed Field Days, showcasing citizen science and community advocacy in the Mohawk River Basin. This is a two day event. The first day, October 2nd will include teams of students from several area schools in hands-on environmental field work activities.
Day two, October 3rd will be open to the public, from 10am to 4pm, and will feature hands-on environmental field work activities, exhibits of area student research, presentation of awards for student research and grassroots community advocacy. At 1:30pm, listen to the keynote speaker Maxine Cole, and from 2-4pm, listen and dance to the Akwesasne Women Singers. This is free to the public and there will be food available for purchase. Click here for more information about the event…
DAM Concerned Citizens presents a series of seminars at SUNY Cobleskill - Dam Concerned Citizens, Inc. (DCC) will present a seminar series at SUNY Cobleskill, free to the public, about the Schoharie Creek drainage basin. Four consecutive Wednesday evening sessions, starting October 14, from 7:30 - 9:15 pm, to be held in the new CNAR Building on the campus (north side of Route 7), in Auditorium # 0101. Click here for the full schedule.
Our mission is to instill a love for learning and science, promote the values of stewardship for our local environment, and encourage the positive and responsible involvement of youth in their communities
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Duanesburg 250th and Duanesburg High School Homecoming event
EST will have a booth with information about Environmental Study Team and hands-on activities demonstrating some of the things we learn at EST. At the high school 12-4pm.
Watershed Field Days(10-4pm) Open to the public with hands-on environmental field work activities, exhibits of area student research, presentation of awards for student research and grassroots community advocacy. Also, at 1:30pm, listen to keynote speaker Maxine Cole, and from 2-4pm, listen and dance to the Akwesasne Women Singers. Free to the public; food available for purchase.