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Around the Watershed

Esopus Creek News — Spring Edition

The short edi­tion of the Eso­pus Creek News newslet­ter called “The Trib” is now avail­able! Explore how you can learn more about streams on your prop­erty and in the water­shed. We also dis­cuss the recent ten-year “dry spell” in river flows and the start of hur­ri­cane sea­son on June 1 and ways you can be pre­pared. Res­i­dents of […]

Recreate Responsibly

  Memo­r­ial Day Week­end is upon us and after weeks of iso­la­tion and stay­ing home many of us are itch­ing to get out to the few places that are open to the pub­lic. While we here at the Ashokan Water­shed Stream Man­age­ment Pro­gram nor­mally would encour­age any­one to come and visit our region, we have […]

Watershed Animal Spotlight — The American Beaver

  Have you ever looked at a stick and thought it looked super tasty? No? Well if you were a beaver you would eat tree bark and leaves, as well as aquatic veg­e­ta­tion. Recently, Matt Savatgy, our Water­shed Youth Edu­ca­tor, and I took a field trip to the Lit­tle Beaver Kill in Mount Trem­per. We […]

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