We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely, and will post updates about event cancellations as they are confirmed and the situation evolves. We hope to be able to provide most of our programs as Zoom Meetings or as videos. Please check back regularly, this page will be updated often.
Join the Hawthorne Valley Farmscape Ecology team for a leisurely winter ecology walk through the different types of forests at the edge of the Village of Chatham. We will have a look at the common plants (woody and herbaceous) and other signs of life during the “off season” and how they are distributed in the different habitats. This walk is free, but participant number is limited. Please register with Claudia (email@example.com) to reserve your space(s).Find out more »
Join the Columbia Land Conservancy for Where The Wild Books Are, a book club meeting! During this meeting we will be discussing Winter Hours by Mary Oliver.Find out more »
Learn about the land you love! January's featured topic is moths.Find out more »
Learn the art of keeping a nature journal at this quarterly program that will last through all of 2020!Find out more »
Join the Columbia Land Conservancy, professional foresters, fellow landowners, and other experts for a neighborly discussion about woodland management and conservation options.Find out more »
Join the Columbia Land Conservancy for Where The Wild Books Are, a book club meeting! During this meeting we will be discussing, The Overstory by Richard Powers.Find out more »
Join us as we take part in the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's annual bird count and help collect important data!Find out more »
How did the salamander cross the road? With your help!
Learn about how to help wildlife during migration.
Join the Columbia Land Conservancy for Where The Wild Books Are, a book club meeting! During this meeting we will be discussing Eager: The Surprising Secret Life of Beavers by Ben Goldfarb.Find out more »
Join us for Little Explorers, a monthly day program that happens on the first Friday of every month for kids age 2-6! We’ll meet at one of our Conservation Areas, read a story, then go for a short hike and explore nature together.Find out more »
Join CLC and members of local Conservation Advisory Councils (CACs) as they discuss their work and plans for the future. The Roundtable meetings provide a forum for Conservation Advisory Councils (CACs) to gather and share information. We welcome people serving in other kinds of local committees, because not every town or village has a CAC, and other committees may engage in similar work. Often, residents or local officials join the Roundtable meetings to learn more about CACs. Newcomers are always…Find out more »
Join us for our March Nature Night where we’ll be hearing from Sarah Chase and Jordan Schmidt of Chaseholm Farm.Find out more »
It's the tastiest day of the year - CLC's Pancake Breakfast for supporters!Find out more »
This event has been postponed. We will continue to monitor the impact of covid-19, and will update this event with news about rescheduling. Join other local officials and get started with using the Columbia County Natural Resources Inventory and online maps. Sponsored by: The Columbia County Environmental Management Council, Columbia County Planning Department, CLC, NYS DEC Hudson River Estuary Program and Cornell. Who should attend? This is a land-use training workshop for municipal officials, including members of town boards, planning…Find out more »
Practice your birding skills with the Alan Devoe Bird Club!Find out more »
This event has been postponed.Find out more »