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Bright Spots in November:

A Writing Workshop


The Schoharie River Center is excited to present Bright Spots in November: A Writing Workshop.  This is a writing workshop for anyone aged 8 and older.  


Join writer and naturalist Mary Cuffe Perez for a walk along the nature trail of the Schoharie River Center. Some people describe November as the drabbest month, but we’ll discover how wrong they are! Nature has its own beauty and language to discover using your senses and imagination.  After the walk, we’ll gather at the Center to write about what bright spots you found in your November walk. This could be the start of your own nature journal of seasons!


November 3, 2018 from 10am to 12:30pm at the Schoharie River Center - 2025 Burtonville Rd. Esperance, NY.   Cost is just $10.00 per person.


Use the link below to register using PayPal, or click this link for a printable registration form, or call 518-875-6230.

Invasive Species Workshop  

Invasive species often leave their natural enemies behind.  This allows them to spread unchecked which causes extensive damage to our local ecosystem, negative impacts to local economies and can also be a threat to human health.


Join Marilyn Wyman (issue leader for the Natural Resources program at Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) of Columbia and Greene Coutnies) to better understand common species to look for, management options and the resources they require to manage.  The program will also provide information on 2018 early detection invasive species coming to our region.  


Knowing how to deal with certain invasive species will help you manage their spread and in some instances can eradicate them, so being appropriately informed and updated is essential.


When: Sunday November 11, 2018 at 1pm

Where: The Schoharie River Center

              2025 Burtonville Rd, Esperance, NY 12066


For more information email johnmckeeby@gmail.com