At Wild Earth, children & adults head into the woods where they’re learning wilderness skills and building deep connections.
The Copake Lake Conservation Society protects the quality of the Copake Lake watershed, its ecological balance, and promotes safe recreational.
The Friends of Clermont is a not-for-profit organization created to conserving the living legacy of Clermont State Historic Site in Germantown, NY.
Friends of The Otisville School is a non profit organization whose purpose is the acquisition, preservation and rehabilitation of the "Old Otisville School" and to Create a Cultural, Artistic, Education and Recreation Center for the community.
Jay Heritage Center is an educational campus offering programs about American History, Social Justice, Environmental Stewardship and Conservation.
The mission of the Stony Kill Foundation is to develop environmental, educational and historical interpretive and outdoor recreation programs and events.
Friends of the Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park and Donald J. Trump State Parks work to benefit the parks and its visitors.
Museum Village is a 19th century recreated village and museum in Monroe NY that houses thousands of historic artifacts in approximately 20 buildings.
The not-for-profit Esopus Creek Conservancy serves as stewards of Esopus Bend Nature Preserve.
The Trolley Museum of New York through exhibits and educational programs shares the rich history of rail transportation.
Teatown Lake Reservation is a nonprofit, environmental organization with an 1,000 acre nature preserve and education center in the Lower Hudson Valley.
FarmOn! Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization was founded to reinvigorate a respect for farming and a awareness of local food choices and sources.