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Tuesday May 6, 2014
Contact  Division of Environmental Permits

This series of webinars will help instruct agencies and the public on how to use the streamlined and revised Environmental Assessment Forms (EAF).  The new forms, guidebooks, and a software mapping program called EAF Mapper were designed as web-based tools.  The webinar will demonstrate how these three tools work together to speed the completion of the EAFs by both project sponsors and reviewing agencies.  Registration is required and is limited to 100 people at each webinar.  To reserve a spot at a webinar, go to:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nysdec-environmental-assessment-form-webinar-series-tickets-10515689711 and select a date and time.  Registrants will receive further information on how to join the webinar after they sign up.  For additional information, contact DEC's Division of Environmental Permits & Pollution Prevention at 518-402-9167 or send an e-mail to:  depprmt@gw.dec.state.ny.us

8:00 AM
Contact  Robert Wither

The training will be held at the Adirondack Education Center, 711 NYS Route 3, Saranac Lake. This training program is coordinated through the New York Rural Water Association.  Attendees will learn proper discharge monitoring reporting completion and updates on EPA's electronic reporting rule.

12:00 PM
Contact  DEC Great Lakes Program

This is the first of three webinars designed to provide communities and organizations in New York's Great Lakes watershed with background knowledge, funding sources and proper tools for securing funds and resources that aid the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and other federal and DEC programs focused on restoring and protecting the Great Lakes watershed.

Details about the webinar and instructions for registering are available at the website listed above.

This webinar series is provided by DEC, the Natural Heritage Trust and the Syracuse Environmental Finance Center.

6:30 PM
Contact  rwnp@gw.dec.state.ny.us

Trail Tuesdays

Every Tuesday from April through August from 6:30 to 7:30 PM

Turn your love for the outdoors into rewarding action. Assist with projects to help maintain and improve ecosystems and trails throughout the preserve. There is something for almost every age and ability to help with! Refreshments provided. Registration required; call 716-683-5959 to sign up.

LegendReinstein Woods Workshops

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