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The Community Risk Reduction and Resilience Act requires the consideration of sea level rise, storm surge, and flooding in certain state funding and permitting programs.Please join us in supporting this important policy by writing a letter to Governor today!
A new regulation plan for Lake Ontario will help protect New Yorkers from extreme water levels, provide for the largest wetland restoration project in the region, and prepare for a changing Great Lakes future.
Read about our project to upgrade ecological priority and flood-vulnerable road-stream crossings in the Ausable River Watershed, which just received a federal grant.
Download a copy of our Fall 2014 newsletter and see what's happening in New York!
See how we're using radio-tagging technology to track cisco in Lake Ontario.
See a slideshow of images captured by our heat- and motion-sensitive trail cameras in the Adirondacks.
Hear NY Director Bill Ulfelder talk about how the Conservancy has grown from a grassroots effort to a global conservation leader.
The 18,000-acre Essex Chain Lakes tract is the newest piece of land to be opened for public access in the Adirondacks.
Watch how our scientists are tracking our air quality by measuring mercury levels in songbirds.