Mountainkeeper Proudly Flips the Switch on Our Newly Designed Website
Communicating with you is a critical part of our core mission and to satisfy our goal to keep you informed and educated about the issues that are important to the Catskills, we are proud to introduce our new revised and redesigned website.
We have changed our look, added substantial amounts of new content and improved our navigation so that it will be easier for you to find the information you’re looking for. Under the leadership of Catskill Mountainkeeper Board Member, Ilene Ferber, we are happy to announce our launch.
We have incorporated many of your great suggestions and we encourage you to visit our site often as we will be continually updating and improving it. Please tell your friends about it and encourage them to get involved. We’d love to hear from you and have added a “Contact Us” section on each page for your convenience.
Please consider donating to Catskill Mountainkeeper so that we can continue to represent and work for you. All of our programs and initiatives, including this website, require a tremendous amount of staff time and cost. Catskill Mountainkeeper is a 501(c)(3) corporation and we are 100% reliant upon financial contributions to do our work. All of the money that we receive goes to pay for our program costs.
or mail a check to: Catskill Mountainkeeper, PO Box 381, Youngsville, NY 12791
About Catskill Mountainkeeper
Catskill Mountainkeeper is an independent, not for profit, 501(c)(3) community based environmental advocacy organization, dedicated to creating a flourishing sustainable economy in the Catskills and preserving and protecting the area’s long term health. We address issues of water integrity for the Delaware and Susquehanna River Systems, the defense of the vast woodlands that encompass the Catskill Forest Preserve and the New York City Watershed as well as farmland protection. We promote “smart” development that balances the economic needs and concerns of the Catskill regions’ citizens and the protection of our abundant but exceedingly vulnerable natural resources.
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