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March 23, 2012
In This Issue
  • From the Ground Up: Inside a Conservation Deal 
  • From Albany: Funding in the Works for Parks
  • Summer Camp Comes Again to Camp Little Notch
  • From the Ground Up: Inside a Conservation Deal 

    Kristin DeBoers and Cinda Jones Brushy Mountain

    Go behind the scenes of the largest conservation project ever in the Bay State. It’s a story of how two very different women found  common ground in protecting 3,500 acres in Massachusetts.

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    From Albany: Funding in the Works for Parks

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    Both the New York State Senate and Assembly have affirmed Governor Cuomo’s $89 million proposal to upgrade, restore and repair New York’s aging state parks and historic sites.

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    Summer Camp Comes Again to Camp Little Notch

    Camp Little Notch

    Thanks to a series of creative partnerships, The Friends of Camp Little Notch have announced that the girls camp in the Adirondacks will be reopening this summer for the first time since 2008.

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    OSI's Saving New England's Wildlife Fund has regranted $5 million to 30 projects, protecting over 20,000 acres of critical wildlife habitat in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.     


    OSI is pleased to announce the second round of funding for the Bayshore-Highlands Fund, which provides grants and loans for land projects in New Jersey’s Delaware Bayshore and the Highlands region of Pennsylvania. 


    Citizen Action is OSI’s fiscal sponsorship program for over 50 grassroots projects. Read what's happening here.

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    Hampton Hills Farm is located within the town of Warwick's Agricultural Protection Overlay District, created in 2002 to preserve farmland and protect farms’ agricultural productivity.




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