Audubon New York Calls for Increased EPF Funding for Landowner Conservation Incentives
The majority of the critical habitat identified for many of New York's Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) is in private ownership, which means that many of New York's fastest-declining species are overwhelmingly dependent on private lands.
New York Farmers to hear about managing woodlots for birds at 2014 Farm Show
As part of a series of presentations coordinated by the New York Forest Owners Association, Audubon NY will be presenting about managing farm woodlots for birds on Thursday, February 20, 2014, at the New York Farm Show in Syracuse.
Audubon New York's Clean Water/Jobs Coalition presented its 15th annual Sound Guardian Awards to a government official who has focused most of his career on advancing green initiatives to improve water quality and create jobs and a leading trade union with a stellar record of advancing environmental restoration projects. Thomas P. DiNapoli, New York State Comptroller, and James T.
Introduction of bipartisan legislation to protect LI Sound
ED Erin Crotty (middle) and Policy Director Sean Mahar (left) with the Long Island Sound Congressional Caucus at today's introduction of the Long Island Sound Restoration and Stewardship Act lead by Senator Gillibrand and Congressman Israel. Pictured: Representatives Bishop, Meng, Israel, Courtney, Delauro, Sen Gillibrand, Murphy, and Blumenthal.
Today, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) and Reps.