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  • Historic Commitment to Environment

    ​In advance of his State of the State address tomorrow, Governor Cuomo announced he will propose a fully-funded, $300 million Environmental Protection Fund, setting the stage for a state budget that provides the environment with huge wins....

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  • A Big Round of Applause for You!

    This past December, Parks & Trails New York’s Board of Directors thought it would be fitting to celebrate our 30th anniversary by issuing a year-end Board challenge. They pledged to match all donations made in December up to $30,000. We put out the call and you really came through for us!...

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  • New Year, New Opportunities for Advocacy

    In January, the New York State legislature returns. Soon after PTNY will return to the halls of the Capitol to call for policies and funding that grow and protect New York’s great outdoor spaces. If you care about parks and trails, please join us for either Active Transportation or Park Advocacy Day, or both!...

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  • Cycle the Erie Canal 2016 Registration Now Open

    Rich history, scenery, and culture - and lots of cycling. There's no better time for an Erie Canalway Trail vacation. Registration is now open for Parks & Trails New York's 18th annual Cycle the Erie Canal tour....

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  • Winter Trail Running 101

    What makes snowshoeing so appealing is that there are no special skill sets or expensive lessons. Snowshoes are a great way to experience a run on your favorite trail this winter. ...

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  • Dr. Mower goes to Washington

    PTNY Board Chair Dr. Judith C. Mower headed to Washington in December to talk to lawmakers about the Land and Water Conservation Fund. And boy, was she successful!...

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  • Counting Heads on the Canalway Trail

    For the 11th straight year, volunteers assisted the New York State Canal Corporation and Parks & Trails New York in conducting the Canalway Trail Count Survey. This year's count confirmed another busy year on the Canalway Trail, with locals and visitors alike flocking to the statewide trail network. ...

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  • Meet our new Arthur V. Savage Intern

    Alison Baxter joins our staff this month as our new Arthur V. Savage Intern. Over the years we have valued the work of this program's aspiring students and recent graduates. We are happy to welcome Alison to our team!...

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