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February 2013
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27  Week 5
Final Day for Several Long Island Waterfowl Seasons
28
7:00 PM
Environmental Justice Grant Outreach Workshop
29
30
Canada Goose Season Final Day for Eastern Long Island Goose Area
10:00 AM
Knee-High Naturalists
6:00 PM
Snowshoeing 101
6:30 PM
Availability Session - Cleanup Proposal for National Grid Former MGP Site
7:00 PM
Environmental Justice Grant Outreach Workshop
31
Final Day Special Firearms Suffolk County Deer Season
Final Day Varying (Snowshoe) Hare Season in Portion of Western and Central NY
4:30 PM
After-School Escape
1
Application Deadline for Landowner Incentive Program (LIP)
2
9:00 AM
Teacher Workshop: Flying WILD
1:30 PM
The Reinstein Woods Experience
2:00 PM
Watchable Wildlife: Paws To Reflect
3  Week 6
4
5
2:00 PM
Legislative Public Hearing for State Implementation Plan Revisions
4:00 PM
Public Meeting - Cleanup Proposal for Pan American Tannery Site (Gloversville)
6:00 PM
Environmental Justice Grant Outreach Workshop
6:30 PM
Environmental Justice Grant Outreach Workshop
Advanced Skiing
6
Canada Goose Season Final Day in Central Long Island Goose Hunting Area
10:00 AM
Knee-High Naturalists
11:00 AM
NYSP2I Waste Cooking Oil Presentation
2:00 PM
Hearings Regarding Permits for Construction of the New Tappan Zee Bridge
7
Canada Goose Special Late Season Opens in portion of Central Long Island Area
10:30 AM
CSC Webinar - Developing the CSC Toolkit: Presentation and Audience Feedback
2:00 PM
Hearings Regarding Permits for Construction of the New Tappan Zee Bridge
4:30 PM
After-School Escape
6:00 PM
Environmental Justice Grant Outreach Workshop
7:30 PM
The Hudson River Estuary, Keeping It “Green” As It Flows Down Stream
8
9
9:00 AM
Teacher Workshop: Growing Up WILD
10:30 AM
Learn to Ski
2:00 PM
Winter Birds
Family Fun: Misunderstood Creatures
10  Week 7
11
12
6:00 PM
Environmental Justice Grant Outreach Workshop
13
10:00 AM
Knee-High Naturalists
6:00 PM
Environmental Justice Grant Outreach Workshop
6:30 PM
Public Meeting - Cleanup Proposal for G.E. Riverview Plant Site (Rotterdam)
14
Canada Goose Special Late Season Final Day - portion of Central Long Island Area
10:30 AM
CSC Webinar: Climate Change and Public Health
4:30 PM
After-School Escape
15
Final Day for Several Furbearer Hunting and Trapping Seasons
16
9:00 AM
Camp Santanoni Winter Weekends
Citizen Science: Great Backyard Bird Count
10:30 AM
Winter Birding
2:00 PM
How to Do It: Learn To Snowshoe
17  Week 8
9:00 AM
Camp Santanoni Winter Weekends
1:00 PM
Cross-Country Ski Tour
18
9:00 AM
Camp Santanoni Winter Weekends
19
10:00 AM
Family Fun: Where The Wild Things Are
6:00 PM
Life on Ice Snowshoe Walk
20
10:00 AM
Family Fun: Birding for Kids
Winter Wildlife Snowshoe Walk
6:00 PM
Public Meeting - No Further Action Remedy Proposed for Pioneer Street Mill Site
21
10:00 AM
Crunch! Munch! What’s for Lunch?
2:00 PM
Family Fun: Snowshoe Outing
4:30 PM
After-School Escape
22
2:00 PM
Family Fun: Tunnels and Burrows
23
Canada Goose Season Opens in South Goose Hunting Area
9:00 AM
Educator Workshop: Growing Up WILD
Watchable Wildlife: Birding by Snowshoe
10:00 AM
How to Do It: Map and Compass Snowshoe Course
1:00 PM
Educator Workshop: PLT's Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood
2:00 PM
Strokes of Genius: What is Your Impression?
5:00 PM
Moonlight Walk
24  Week 9
3:00 PM
Wetland Conservation: What Do We Have to Lose?
25
Final Day for Several Furbearer Hunting and Trapping Seasons in Long Island/NYC
6:30 PM
Full Moon Snowshoe Walk
7:00 PM
Public Meeting - Cleanup Proposal for Mayflower Cleaners Site (Great Neck)
26
6:00 PM
Environmental Justice Grant Outreach Workshop
6:30 PM
Moonlight Ski Tour
27
10:00 AM
Region 6 Open Space Conservation Plan Advisory Committee Meeting
7:00 PM
Public Meeting - Speonk Solvent Plume - Site Characterization Results
28
Gastown MGP Tonawanda - Public Comment Period Ends
River Otter Trapping Final Day in Eastern Areas of Upstate New York
Several Small Game Seasons Final Day Statewide
4:30 PM
After-School Escape
7:00 PM
Eel Migration in the Hudson River
Pall Corp. and Photocircuits Corp. Sites - Public Meeting re Cleanup Proposals
1
2
10:30 AM
Winter Wildlife Snowshoe Walk
1:00 PM
Hot Cocoa and Snow – Howland’s Island X-C Skiing
2:00 PM
Family Fun: Dr. Seuss Read-A-Thon
LegendDeadlines Five Rivers General Meetings Recreation and Families Reinstein Woods Sporting Seasons Workshops






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