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DEC Issues Guidance to Homeowners to Avoid Problems With Bears

  DEC Issues Guidance to Homeowners to Avoid Problems With Bears Warmer Spring Weather Is Here, Which Means New York’s Black Bears Are on the Move   The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today issued guidance on…

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Notable Numbers from the 2015 Deer Harvest

  Notable Numbers from the 2015 Deer Harvest Last week DEC announced the 2015 Deer Harvest Estimates. A full report of the harvest is available at Deer and Bear Harvests.   Notable Numbers from the 2015 Deer Harvest 52,581 —…

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The Future of Oak Forests

  The Future of Oak Forests Oaks are in decline, learn how land stewards can make a difference   (Millbrook, NY) Did you know that Oak forests are in decline throughout the Northeast? Many of our forestlands lack the young…

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DEC Announces $500,000 is now Available for Sewage Pollution Right to Know Grant Program

  DEC Announces $500,000 is now Available for Sewage Pollution Right to Know Grant Program   Funding is now available for projects that will assist communities with the detection, monitoring and reporting of Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) to enhance reporting…

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National Park Tourism in New York State Creates $742.7 Million in Economic Benefit

  National Park Tourism in New York State Creates $742.7 Million in Economic Benefit New report shows visitor spending supports 7,289 jobs in New York State   PHILADELPHIA, PA – A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that 16,328,214…

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New York’s invasive species early detection network in Millbrook

  Sign Up for Your Free Training Today Interested in becoming part of New York’s invasive species early detection network? Register for an upcoming iMapInvasives free training session. Learn how to report the invasive species locations and control efforts in your…

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The Annual Champagnat Lecture

  The Annual Champagnat Lecture Sister Maureen Kelleher, RSHM, on “The 2015 Synod on the Family: One Nun’s Experience” 7 p.m., Monday, April 25 Nelly Goletti Theatre, Marist College Student Center Free and open to the public POUGHKEEPSIE (April 21, 2016)…

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Earth Week Events Being Held Statewide For Families to Enjoy Nature and Learn More About Environmental Sustainability

  Earth Week Events Being Held Statewide For Families to Enjoy Nature and Learn More About Environmental Sustainability   Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that as part of Earth Week 2016, which takes place this week, numerous family-friendly events…

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Governor Announces $150 Million Available For Renewable Energy Projects

  Funding Will Build and Expand Large Solar, Wind, Hydro and Other Renewable Energy Projects to Meet State Goal of 50 Percent Renewables By 2030 Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced $150 million in funding to support large-scale renewable energy…

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Tax Department Stopped 239,000 Suspicious Refund Claims, Saved New Yorkers $400 Million During Tax Season

  Tax Department Stopped 239,000 Suspicious Refund Claims, Saved New Yorkers $400 Million During Tax Season   Savings to New Yorkers up 18% over Last Year; Nearly $4 Billion in Savings to Taxpayers since 2003 Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced…

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DEC Announces Opening of Spring Turkey Season on May 1st

  DEC Announces Opening of Spring Turkey Season on May 1st 13th Annual Youth Turkey Hunting Weekend Set for April 23-24 Spring turkey season opens May 1 in all of upstate New York north of the Bronx-Westchester County boundary and…

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JOIN US FOR THE FIRST ANNUAL INTER-TRIBAL UNITY GATHERING IN WINGDALE

  JOIN US FOR THE FIRST ANNUAL INTER-TRIBAL UNITY GATHERING IN WINGDALE   Wingdale, NY:  The Schaghticoke First Nations, in partnership with the Town of Dover, is hosting a Unity Gathering at Thomas J. Boyce Park in Wingdale, NY with…

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MOLINARO SELECTS OFFICE FOR THE AGING DIRECTOR

  MOLINARO SELECTS OFFICE FOR THE AGING DIRECTOR POUGHKEEPSIE — Dutchess County Executive Marcus J. Molinaro is announcing he has selected Todd Tancredi to serve as the Director for the Dutchess County Office for the Aging, following the retirement of…

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Dutchess County Celebrates Earth Day with Highway Clean Ups

  Dutchess County Celebrates Earth Day with Highway Clean Ups Poughkeepsie… With Earth Day approaching on April 22nd, Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro has announced the Dutchess County Department of Public Works (DPW) Highway Division will be devoting several days…

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