Community Service Opportunity!  

    (Up to 3 hours of service!)
    The Village of New Paltz Environmental Policy Board and Future Fruits Kingston are excited to host a soil building session for the New Paltz Village Hall on Saturday December 19th at 12:00pm. (The rain date will be Sunday the 20th, same time). We plan to place down compost and mulch in front of the building. The work will be relatively simple. We are doing this to prepare for the Bee City pollinator friendly landscaping project this spring, transforming the front of the hall into an inviting community space that is also environmentally friendly. Bringing your own shovel is advised! Please wear a mask or face shield.
    Anyone who would like to help out can show up at the New Paltz Village Hall at noon on the 19th. It is next to Hasbrouck park (25 Plattekill Ave).
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  • The Wallkill River Watershed Alliance is proud to be organizing the fall 2020 Adopt a Highway litter clean-up, an opportunity to help keep our local roads clean! If you are interested in helping out, please RSVP soon - the space is limited to 10 people due to safety gear availability and social distancing constraints.

    What:   Adopt-A-Highway litter clean up.

    When:   Saturday October 24, 10am-noon, (rain date Sunday October 25).

    Where:  State Highway 208 between Old Ford Road and Watch Hill Road (park at junction of Watch Hill Road).

    Details:        Safety vests, hard hats, and garbage bags will be provided.   Please bring your own gloves and wear a mask.  

    Contact:        Space is limited to 10 people, so an RSVP is required. 

    Sign up using this link: https://form.jotform.com/202886650191055
    For further questions, contact Riley Corzine at: rileycorzine@gmail.com

    Sponsor:        The Wallkill River Watershed Alliance.  
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Last Modified on December 18, 2020