On your next visit to the Catskill Center's Platte Clove Preserve, there aren't just new trails to explore, but all of the Preserve's trails have been marked with new trail markers.Read More
Through a very generous donation from the Bruderhof the cottage at the Catskill Center's Thorn Preserve is undergoing much needed renovationsRead More
The Catskill Center is excited to announce that Michael Drillinger, currently our Coordinator for the Maurice D. Hinchey Catskill Interpretive Center (CIC) will be transitioning to a new role as the Land Trust Manager for the Catskill Center.Read More
Recently a 100-foot weather tower was proposed on land adjacent to the Catskill Park's Forest Preserve. The proposed tower is to be east of Clum Hill in the Town of Hunter, on the ridge leading to the Roundtop and Kaaterskill High Peak mountain range, which is part of the Catskill Park’s forever wild, Forest Preserve lands and is classified by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) as Wild Forest. It is not an exaggeration to say that the view of Kaaterskill High Peak and Roundtop is considered one of the most iconic views in the CatskillsRead More
What can you get done in a day when over 40 volunteers from the Student Conservation Association visit your Preserve? In the case of our Platte Clove Preserve, the answer is a whole lot of things!Read More
Two of the most direct ways the Catskill Center acts on its mission is through the protection and stewardship of our network of preserves and through our advocacy work to protect and preserve the Catskill Park and Forest Preserve.
The Catskill Center welcomes the public to our preserves and we work to educate and welcome visitors to the Catskill Park through efforts like the Catskill Interpretive Center and our support of the Catskill Trail Steward Program. We hope to welcome many more for years to come. But to do so, we need your support.Read More