Catskill Conservation Corps Teaches How to Become Volunteers at the Catskill Interpretive Center

The Catskill Conservation Corps hosted a workshop where 6 people attended and learned how easy and rewarding it is to be Interpretive Center Volunteer. The Catskill Interpretive Center is staffed mostly by volunteers and is always looking for more volunteers to help out. This hands on workshop taught people everything they need to know from opening and closing the building, store operations, public resources and more. They all found out how easy and rewarding becoming a Catskill Interpretive Center Volunteer can be!!

The Catskill Interpretive Center in Mount Tremper New York has quickly become the gateway to the Catskills and visitors main stop for information and advise for all things our great area has to offer. The Maurice D. Hinchey Catskill Interpretive Center is a partnership between the Catskill Center and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

The Catskill Conservation Corps (Catskill CC) is a partnership between the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference, whose volunteers maintain a network of more than 2,000 miles of trails, including more than 200 miles in the Catskills. The Catskill CC aims to increase and support volunteer contributions on projects that protect natural resources and enhance outdoor recreation opportunities in the Catskill Mountains.

Keep up with news, events, workshops, and volunteer opportunities in the Catskill region at CatskillConservationCorps.org.