Catskill Center's Executive and Associate Directors attend Governor Cuomo's Mid-Hudson State of the State Address

Catskill Center's Executive and Associate Directors attend Governor Cuomo's Mid-Hudson State of the State Address

The Catskill Center's Executive Director Jeff Senterman and Associate Director Kali Bird had the opportunity to attend Governor Cuomo's Mid-Hudson State of the State Address at SUNY Purchase on January 10, 2017. We joined other non-profits, elected officials, and citizens of the region, to hear the Governor speak about his upcoming plans.

Meet Lari

Meet Lari

We’ve been talking a lot about hemlocks here at the Catskill Center this past year. They’re an iconic part of the Catskills, whether they are providing ideal trout stream habitat, stabilizing steep slopes, or just perfectly framing an aesthetic waterfall getaway. Unfortunately, hemlocks in the Catskills (and elsewhere along the East coast) have been struggling to overcome an attack by an invasive insect: the hemlock woolly adelgid.

Catskill Winter Hiking Tips

Catskill Winter Hiking Tips

At the Catskill Center, we love getting outside in the Catskills as often as we can, but wintertime Catskill adventures do require a little more planning and preparation to ensure you stay warm and safe! The Catskill Mountains may not be as tall or as cold as many other places, but conditions can be just as dangerous and deadly for those who are unprepared. 

The Catskill Center in 2016

The Catskill Center in 2016

In 2016 the Catskill Center Board of Directors and staff began a strategic visioning and planning process to look towards the Center's 50th anniversary in 2019 and our next 50 years of success. The process has been ongoing all year and will culminate with a strategic plan, to be released by the Catskill Center in early 2017 that will set out a clear mission, vision and direction for the Catskill Center to meet the challenges of our changing world. 

An Evening of Love for the Catskills

An Evening of Love for the Catskills

Friends of the Maurice D. Hinchey Catskill Interpretive Center (CIC), members of the Catskill Center, volunteers, friends and staff all recently enjoyed a fabulous evening of song, music, traditional drumming, local cuisine and libations, all to support the CIC at the recent Fall Gala.

On Sunday, October 9th, we gathered at the CIC to enjoy music by Thunderheart and Skye, remarks by Markley Boyer, who chairs the Catskill Center's board of directors, and Jeff Senterman, executive director for the Catskill Center.