CLC Endorsed Events

Upcoming Events in the Community that Compliment CLC's Mission

      Changes to the National Flood Insurance Program

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      October 1st, 2014; 10:00 – 12:00 pm
      Haverstraw Town Hall, One Rosman Road, Garnerville, New York 10923

      Presented by Bill Nechamen, NYS DEC Floodplain Management Section. Learn about how recent changes to the FEMA National Flood Insurance Program may affect your residents of your municipality. This presentation will provide information on the Community Rating System, which helps to reduce flood insurance premiums in participating communities.
      For more information, click here.

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      Water Resources Infrastructure – A Critical Piece of Community Development

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      September 17 & 18, 2014; 6:00 – 8:00 pm
      Honor’s Haven Resort, 1195 Arrowhead Road, Ellenville, NY

      This Conference is presented by the Community and Regional Development Institute, which is co-sponsored by the Cornell University’s Community and Regional Development Institute (CaRDI) and NYS Water Resources Institute.
      The Conference will focus on water resource infrastructure.  Over the two-day period, participants will engage in dynamic discussions and workshops to promote informed decision-making in support of sustainable community and economic development.  The institute is designed for a diverse audience of local government officials (elected, appointed, & staff), CCE Educators, practitioners, economic developers, community leaders, and university and college faculty in the region. For more information, visit:  www.cardi.cornell.edu

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      Planning for Streamside Habitats and Flood Resilience

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      August 26th, 2014; 5:00 – 7:00 pm
      Catskill Town Hall, 439 Main Street, Catskill, NY

      Presented by: Ron Frisbee, CCE Columbia Greene & Gretchen Stevens, Hudsonia. This seminar includes an overview of stream dynamics and flooding, and a presentation on Catskill Creek habitats and their role in flood prevention.  This seminar will increase your understanding of how streams work and steps communities can take to decrease vulnerability to flooding. For more information or to register:  (518) 622-9820 x 33.

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      Mapping Tool for Effects of Sea Level Rise on Communities

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      July 24th, 2014; 6:00 – 8:00 pm
      Orange County Community College
      1 Washington Center, Kaplan Hall, Great Room, Newburgh, NY 12550

      Presenter Jason Winner, Conservation GIS Manager at Scenic Hudson, will show how Scenic Hudson’s Sea Level Rise Mapper lets users visualize future scenarios of sea level rise and coastal flooding. This mapping tool can be used to identify municipal resources that are at risk and strategize for resiliency and adaptation.
      The event is free, but please register in advance.
      For more information regarding the Hudson Estuary Watershed Resiliency Project,
      visit: www.hudsonestuaryresilience.net

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      The Future Of Oil On The Hudson

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      July 9th, 2014; 6:00 – 8:00 pm
      Basilica Hudson, 110 S. Front Street, Hudson, NY

      Join Riverkeeper’s Kate Hudson, Watershed Program Director, and Scenic Hudson for a presentation about the risks of crude oil transportation in the Hudson Valley. This presentation is made possible by the generosity of the venue host, Basilica Hudson.
      Background: Until recently, there was little or no crude oil transported in the Hudson Valley. Due to the growth of oil production, up to 5 billion gallons of crude oil is being transported through the Hudson Valley annually by train, barge and ship today. This virtual pipeline could affect our communities and environmental resources. Further, proposed Hudson River oil facility expansions and the proposed development of a regional pipeline could increase the transport of crude oil locally by as much as 3.8 billion gallons annually.
      This event is free and open to the public.

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      Grain Grower’s Netowk: sharing what works with the farmer community

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      June 18th, 2014; 1:30 – 4:00 pm
      2409 US Route 9, Hudson, NY 12534

      A great opportunity to network with other grain growers in the region! Join Sparrowbush farmer Ashley Loehr and baker-miller Antoine Guerlain at Camphill Village for a rising discussion of milling grains in the Hudson Valley. The Columbia Land Conservancy’s Farmer-Landowner Match Program helped to establish Sparrowbush Farm.
      This educational farm tour will focus on overcoming equipment challenges and incorporating grain production onto the diversified farm operation.  Learn about growing milling-quality grains, and considerations when milling and baking with local grains
      Event fee is $10.00 / person or $15.00 for two or more people per farm. Register online   or call Stephanie at (585) 271-1979 ext. 509.

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