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Keeping Nature Connected: Building Wildlife Pathways across the Highlands

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When:
April 26, 2020: 1:00PM to 4:00PM
Where:
BIRE's Water Ecology Center at Denning's Point State Park 199 Dennings Avenue Beacon, NY 12508
To Attend:
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Wildlife is disappearing across the world—and right here in New York.

Come learn why keeping our lands and waters connected is so important—for us and for our wildlife—and how you can help in these conservation efforts at this year’s Community Forum.

Representatives from local environmental groups will also be on hand to share how our communities are responding to climate change, and what actions you can take to make a difference—NOW.

SPEAKERS
Laura Heady, Hudson River Estuary Program, NYS DEC/Cornell University
George Jackman, Riverkeeper
Hank Osborn, NY-NJ Trail Conference
Scott Silver, Constitution Marsh Audubon Center and Sanctuary

The forum is FREE, but we suggest a donation of $10, through Eventbrite or at the door. Advance registration is required.

For more information, visit: https://www.hhlt.org/2020-community-forum.

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