In the Zena section of Woodstock there is a gorgeous pocket of land, forever protected from development, and open to all. It has meadow with paths groomed for walking and forest. There are wetlands and stream and a pond. Sixty acres entire, the property offers a stunning view of Overlook Mountain and the wildlife is abundant — a direct result from such a diverse and protected habitat. This is the Catskill Center Thorn Preserve.Read More
This week, we took a look at upcoming summer events with Katie Palm.Read More
This week, we talked to Marc Wolf, of the Mountain Top Arboretum.Read More
A delegation of senior level forest supervisors from India visited the Catskill Center to learn about our role in forest management and the protection of the New York City Watershed.Read More
On April 26th at a gathering overlooking the Hudson River the 2017 Land Trust Grants were announced and the Catskill Center was awarded $25,000 towards our efforts to become an accredited land trust.
In the photo, DEC Executive Deputy Commissioner Ken Lynch makes the award announcement.
Photo credit goes to Rosalind DickinsonRead More