We’re seeking submissions for the Catskill Center’s
2nd Invitational Exhibit of Utilitarian Art
If you’re a maker in the Catskill region, please share with us your homemade furniture, clothing, baskets, stained glass, pottery, quilts, etc.
Discover the wonders of pollinators and the vital role they play in our environment with beekeeper Chris Layman at the Catskill Center’s Thorn Preserve, Saturday, August 26.
Here is your (our!) chance to sit at the feet of Michael Kudich and bask in his knowledge and wonderful process of thought. And learn about Hemlocks.
Outdoor fun for families with kids of all ages! There will be story-telling under the trees, hands-on science programs, and art activities.
find a place with a view of your favorite fire tower on the horizon for our 4th annual Lighting of the Fire Towers
“Watershed Stories” features the work from two “Art as a Living System” workshops which were held in December 2016 and April 2017.
Learn to identify wild edibles common in the region with chef and forager Rob Handel from Heather Ridge Farm and The Bees Knees Café. Rob will lead an hour long walk around the Catskills Interpretive Center grounds during which we’ll The walk will be followed by a short presentation outlining how to use some of the products found on the walk, and a tasting of some of these wild foods. Tickets $22 per person. Registration is required
Take a gentle guided stroll along the Batavia Kill stream in Windham with scientists at your elbow. Catch breathtaking Catskill Mountain views and learn about all the ways that healthy streamside lands are important for plants, animals, and people!
An edible foraging walk and talk with Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower, R.N., Herbalist and Plant Pioneers director.
September 9th, Bovina-ite and sustainable tourism consultant, Sue Clark will discuss the good and the bad of ecotourism projects around the globe at the Catskill Interpretive Center in Mt.Tremper from 7 to 8 pm.
Patricia (Pat) Clark was raised in the rural western section of new York State, near Cuba, and her Mother taught her to sew clothing. In 1979, she took her first quilting class and was completely bitten by the quilting bug.
Chef and forager Rob Handel will lead an hour long walk through the Platte Clove trails during which we’ll learn to identify wild edibles common in the region. The walk will be followed by a short presentation outlining how to use some of the products found on the walk, and a tasting of some of these wild foods. Tickets $20 per person. Registration is required.