Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy and Catskill Mountainkeeper for a Fall Hike at the Tusten Mountain Trail in Sullivan County, N.Y. on Sunday, Oct. 14 from 10 a.m.-noon.
Wayne Independent - Honesdale, PA
Updated Oct. 10, 2012 @ 10:30 am
Updated Oct. 10, 2012 @ 10:30 am
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REGION – Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy and Catskill Mountainkeeper for a Fall Hike at the Tusten Mountain Trail in Sullivan County, N.Y. on Sunday, Oct. 14 from 10 a.m.-noon.
Enjoy great views of the Delaware River, fall foliage approaching its zenith, and traverse a historic stone arch bridge. Learn about the ecology, culture, and history of the area with Melinda Meddaugh, Land Protection Coordinator for the Conservancy.
The Tusten Mountain Trail is featured on the newly launched website, TrailKeeper.org, a one-source outlet for hiking trails and public lands in Sullivan County with easy-to-read, easy-to-access maps and facilities information and guides to hiking safety.
TrailKeeper.org provides access to trail information that matches hiker to trail.
The Tusten Mountain Trail is maintained by the National Park Service. Remember to wear hiking shoes, comfortable clothes, and to bring water for this moderately strenuous trail.
The Fall Hike is free and open to the public, but registration is required. Contact the Delaware Highlands Conservancy at 570-226-3164, 845-583-1010, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space and receive directions.
Trailkeeper.org, launched in September 2012, is the result of a partnership between the Delaware Highlands Conservancy, Catskill Mountainkeeper, the Sullivan County Division of Planning and Environmental Management, the Sullivan County Visitors Association, and Morgan Outdoors. For more information on TrailKeeper.org, email email@example.com or contact Catskill Mountainkeeper at 845-482-5400 or the Delaware Highlands Conservancy at 845-583-1010.
Learn how to keep cherished lands in the family, protect your lands and waters forever, and receive financial and estate planning benefits from doing so. Attend "Financial Benefits of Land Conservation," offered on two convenient dates in Pennsylvania and New York.
Delaware Highlands Conservancy Executive Director Sue Currier will discuss how conservation easements and agricultural easements are key tools for area residents.
Here are some other upcoming events:
Monday Oct. 22, 7 to 9 p.m., PPL Environmental Learning Center, Hawley. Local real estate Attorney R. Anthony Waldron and financial advisor Richard Eckersley will also be on hand to share their knowledge and answer questions. This program is co-sponsored with the Pike County Scenic Rural Character Preservation Program.
Monday Oct. 29, 7 to 9 p.m. Liberty Senior Center, 119 North Main Street, Liberty, N.Y. Local real estate Attorney R. Anthony Waldron and a financial advisor will also be on hand to share their knowledge and answer questions. This program is co-sponsored with the New York City Department of Environmental Protection. NY town officials may receive two credits towards the required NYS training credits (please check with your municipality).
These programs are free and open to the public, but registration is requested; please call 845-583-1010, 570-226-3164, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space. Visit www.DelawareHighlands.org for more information on these events and others.
Hikers enjoy the view along the Tusten Mountain Trail in Sullivan County, N.Y.