Our in-person community meetings, held at the Elmendorph Inn in Red Hook (pictured above), are still on hold pending pandemic conditions. Instead, we’re hosting occasional online meetings and hope to bring back the regular in-person meetings as soon as possible.
Check this website’s homepage or our Facebook Page for upcoming events. And sign up for our newsletter and mailing list in the footer below to get event notifications directly:
Our community meetings include informative presentations about the Saw Kill watershed, nearby watersheds, water issues, and local projects, including water quality monitoring and research, water contamination impacts, wetlands, flooding, climate change impacts, plants and animals, land use, and recreation. Each meeting includes a community conversation where residents voice their questions and concerns about water-related issues.
Visit our Community Presentations page for a summary of meeting topics.