Photo: The new Eugene and Mary Van Scott Pavilion was dedicated on Sept. 28, located at the highest point of the 144-acre Van Scott Nature Reserve in Beach Lake. The pavilion was donated by Stephen and David Van Scott in honor of their parents. It will be used for outdoor programs and as a shady spot for hikers to take a break.
NARROWSBURG — The Upper Delaware Council (UDC) will host a public presentation titled “Delaware Highlands Conservancy: Conservation, Education & Partnership” on Thursday, November 2, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Upper Delaware Council office, 211 Bridge St., Narrowsburg, NY. A Zoom option is also offered for remote participation.
Trey Talley, senior land protection coordinator, and Kaylan Hubbard, land protection coordinator, will provide an overview of the Conservancy’s education programs and land conservation work in New York and Pennsylvania.
They will highlight upcoming events and share information about how the Conservancy helps private landowners who want to conserve their property.
Delaware Highlands Conservancy is a private, nonprofit land trust with its headquarters located at the Van Scott Nature Reserve in Beach Lake, PA.
Following the presentation, the UDC’s monthly business meeting will include potential status reports from the Delaware River Basin Commission, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, National Park Service, and the UDC Executive Director; as well as discussion of new and old business; and public comment.
All UDC meetings are open to the public.
To request the Zoom link, please contact UDC Administrative Support Stephanie Driscoll at (845) 252-3022 or email@example.com.
Please check www.upperdelawarecouncil.org or UDC social media pages on Facebook, Instagram and X for any meeting updates.