Evening Program for Adults & High School Students: Mid-Hudson Regional Sustainability Plan - What is the Plan and How Will it Affect Westchester?

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November 06, 2013

7pm refreshments; 7:30pm program.

Greenburgh Nature Center


Teen, Adult


Event description: In June, Governor Cuomo announced the first round of funding of $30MM for the implementation of regional sustainability plans which have been developed under the governor's $100MM Cleaner, Greener Communities program, a major statewide initiative to invest in smart growth planning and sustainability. What is "the Plan" for our region, and how will Westchester be involved and affected? Thomas Madden, commissioner of community development and conservation for the Town of Greenburgh and co-chair of the Mid-Hudson Regional Planning Consortium, presents an overview of our regional Sustainability Plan and discusses projected implementation through the region. Program presented in partnership with the Sierra Club Lower Hudson Group; designed for adults and high school students. FREE and handicapped accessible.

Address: 99 Dromore Road
Scarsdale, NY 10583
Phone: 914-723-3470
Website: greenburghnaturecenter.org

About Greenburgh Nature Center

The Greenburgh Nature Center (GNC) is a 33-acre nature preserve with trails, a pond and gardens. More than 80,000 visitors come to the GNC each year. The property is a significant wildlife habitat refuge, both for indigenous species and for the hundreds of species of migratory birds that use it as a resting place on their spring and fall travels. The property includes 30 acres of woodland, two significant wetland sites, and a native plant meadow.


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