Winter Storm Stella dropped over 3′ on the NYC Watershed region March 14-15, 2017. The region was slammed with the...
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farm and forest land for generations to come
drinking water for over 9 million New Yorkers
working landscapes and economic viability
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To promote the economic viability of agriculture and forestry, the protection of water quality, and the
conservation of working landscapes through strong local leadership and sustainable public-private partnerships.
The Watershed Agricultural Program (WAP) had another great year of implementing Best Management Practices (BMPs) that addressed multiple resource concerns...
Check out the latest news around the Watershed. Watch our latest Boots in the Barnyard video installment featuring Evans and...
Evans and Evans Farm is located in Andes, NY in the NYC Watershed. With the help of the Watershed Agricultural...
Walton, NY- The Watershed Agricultural Council (WAC) hosted an Active Shooter Training on Wednesday, February 8th, with Captain James H....