Please join us on October 12th starting at 6 pm for an exciting and informative Conservancy program at Rail to River Brewing!
What: We have two terrific speakers from The Hudson River Valley Greenway and Scenic Hudson to discuss “Planning for the Future”, and what it means for us in Greene and Albany counties.
Where: We will have exclusive use of Rail to River Brewing on Main Street in Ravena! Beer and other beverages will be available. Ample off-street and on-street parking are also available.
When: Wednesday, October 12th. Doors open at 6 pm. The presentation starts at 6:30 pm.
Who (Speakers): – Beth Campochiaro is the Trails and Community Outreach Director for the Hudson River Valley Greenway and Maurice D. Hinchey Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area. – Cari Watkins-Bates is the Director of Land Conservation at Scenic Hudson.
Additional program information will be provided in the weeks ahead via email, social media, and the Conservancy’s website.
Thank you for being so supportive in 2022! This year has been a success because of your donations, sponsorship, and volunteerism.
While we fell short on our fundraising efforts for the barn, we were fortunate to bring back many of our annual events including the Taste of History, Wine & Cheese, and the Barn Party. Our trails were busier than ever, and your financial support and volunteer labor allowed us to maintain them for several generations.
Of every dollar we receive, 100% goes to maintaining our trails, supporting our programs, and running our events.
Have a safe and happy holiday season!
We look forward to 2023 and hope to see you on the trails or at one of our programs!
Jeff was beloved by all for his easygoing manner, and the many contributions he made over the years via the New Baltimore Conservancy and the Greene County Soil & Water Conservation District. He was a true gentleman, who made the world a better place. He will be missed.
This Friday, December 9th at 6:30 pm at Cornell Park join us for our annual tradition of ringing in the holiday season with caroling and good friends! Enjoy hot cocoa and sweet treats around the bonfire while enjoying a beautiful evening along the Hudson River.
The New Baltimore Conservancy will hold its 2022 Annual Meeting on Wednesday, November 9 from 5:30 to 6:30. The event will be held at Rail to River Brewing located at 109 Main Street in Ravena.
The annual meeting provides the opportunity for members to vote on the 2023 Conservancy slate of candidates.
In addition to voting on the 2023 slate, the Annual Meeting jump starts our 2023 membership drive. Membership dues have remained the same as 2022: Students $15, Individuals $20 and Family $30. Any checks should be made out to New Baltimore Conservancy.
There will be a brief meeting that will include highlights of 2022 and some planned projects for 2023.
The Annual Meeting is a great opportunity to socialize with other members while enjoying some appetizers provided by the Conservancy. Rail to River Brewing will have beer and other beverages for purchase. This is a great time to stock up on Conservancy merchandise for the holidays!
Please block out your calendar for an exciting and informative Conservancy program at Rail to River Brewing on October 12th at 6:30 pm (doors open at 6pm). We have two terrific speakers from The Hudson River Valley Greenway and Scenic Hudson to discuss “Planning for Our Future”, and what it means for us in Greene and Albany counties. Join us to learn about Scenic Hudson’s Hudson River Access Plans, NYS’s Hudson River Eagles program, Greenway and National Heritage Area funding, the impact of the proposed 2022 Bond Act, and more.
This event is free and open to the public.
Beer and other beverages will be available. There is ample off-street and on-street parking.
Who (Speakers): Beth Campochiaro is the Trails and Community Outreach Director for the Hudson River Valley Greenway and Maurice D. Hinchey Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area.
Cari Watkins-Bates is the Director of Land Conservation at Scenic Hudson.
This year the Hudson River Valley Ramble is celebrating its 22nd Anniversary with over 120 recreational and cultural events highlighting the rich diversity of the Hudson River Valley region. Whether you are looking for a challenging hike, bike ride or paddle, an inspiring walk through the grounds and homes of some of the Valley’s most notable figures, a trip back in time to experience the significant role the region played throughout history, or a family-fun festival or river exploration event, the Hudson River Valley Ramble truly offers something for everyone!
A PDF version of the guidebook is available for download on the Ramble’s website or you can download it by clicking here. A limited number of printed guides are also available and can be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with a name, address, and the details of your request.