Promoting Wise Management of Natural Resources in Greene County, New York Since 1961

May 2013


Celebrating the beauty and natural resources of the Schoharie basin through entertaining, hands-on activities for the whole family!

Schoharie Watershed Month provides a variety of free public activities and events focused on watershed protection and appreciation.

 Schoharie River Center water quality testing

Schoharie Watershed Month provides a chance for you and/or your organization to take ACTION. Whether it’s planting trees along our streams, cleaning streams, building a rain garden,  or monitoring your local stream, participating in Schoharie Watershed month will give you the opportunity to protect, preserve, or restore our local waterways. Schoharie Watershed Month is a community- and family-oriented event that will provide a host of fun educational activities on water quality for the entire Mountaintop. Watershed Month activities and events will offer something for everyone. Please join us, host an event, pitch your idea to our committee, or volunteer to help.

Lexington pocket parkvolunteer planting



2013 Watershed Month Events:

Join the Mountaintop community, the Community of Windham Foundation, and the Windham Area Recreation Foundation, a local not-for-profit dedicated to enhancing outdoor resources, in celebrating the opening of the Windham Path and honoring the late Pat Meehan! (Click for more info and Schedule of events)

Saturday May 25th

9AM - 4PM

A section of the Windham Path, the 1.5 mile course was designed with the stream and mountainous landscape in mind. Nick Bove and mascot Ritalin on one of the five newly-constructed bridges.



Friday, May 3


  Catskill Watershed Corporation: Septic Workshop for Homeowners

  Where: Windham Waste Water Treatment Pland, South Street.

  This will be followed by a tour of the state of the art Waste Water     Treatment Plant. 

Saturday, May 4


  Earth, Wind & Water: The Seasons Student/Amateur Watershed   Art Exhibit

  Where: Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery, Main Street Hunter.

  Opening reception 2pm, (exhibit runs through May 31)

Sunday, May 5


  Windham Path Stream Clean Up

  Where: Police Anchor Camp Porperty, 4939 Rte 23, Windham

  Join the Windham Area Recreation Foundation in preparing the Police     Anchor Camp property for the Grand Opening of the Windham Path.     Volunteers needed!

Friday, May 10


  Greene Infrastructure at Work & Home

  Where: Schoharie Watershed Program Office, 6049 Main   St.Tannersville.

  Learn about stormwater impacts, small scale treatment practices and     tour a successful green infrastructure site, the Mountain Top Library     and Learning Center, with Columbia-Greene Cornell Cooperative     Extension & Greene Co. SWCD

Saturday, May 11


  Greene County Sportsmen Federation & Catskill Stream Buffer     Initiative tree planting at the Police Anchor Camp

  Where: Police Anchor Camp, 4939 Rte 23, Windham

  Join the fun!

Saturday, May 25


  Join the Mountaintop community in celebrating the opening of the     Windham Path and honoring the late Pat Meehan, a dedicated     public leader who championed community improvement projects     like the Windham Path.

Where: Police Anchor Camp, 4939 Rte 23, Windham




Past Schoharie Watershed Celebrations

3rd Annual Schoharie Watershed Month (May 2012)

2nd Annual Schoharie Watershed Month (May 2011)

1st Annual Schoharie Watershed Week (May 2010)


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