Tuesday, December 22, 2015

"Like" Schoharie Crossing? Show you care...


Schoharie Crossing has been kind enough to post on their #Facebook page a link to our blog and the plea we are making for new and active members:

As 2015 draws to a close, the Friends of Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site are putting out their annual appeal for members. Please visit their blog for more information on how you can become a member!
Posted by Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site on Sunday, December 20, 2015

     We support the site, and it is great to know that they appreciate and support what we do as well.  It truly is a wonderful Erie Canal Historic Site - but it is even more fantastic than that!  With centuries of #history sure, but the #recreational aspects of this New York State Park is wonderful too!  From kayaking, canoeing, fishing, bicycling, walking, bird watching, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, programs & events, so much is available right here in Fort Hunter - Montgomery County, NY!

     How about to recognize that Schoharie Crossing  for being so great, we ask that you check them out on Facebook by Clicking HERE - then hit "like" and follow their weekly posts!  Our goal is to reach 800 likes by January 1st!  Can we do it?  We can if you help!  "Like" them, share this information and engage with the awesome posts each week.



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We would love to have you as a member, but if you do not wish to join and still want to make a donation to the site, please consider doing so through the Natural Heritage Trust by clicking here

The Natural Heritage Trust's mission is to receive and administer gifts, grants and contributions to further public programs for parks, recreation, cultural, land and water conservation and historic preservation purposes of the State of New York.  The NHT accomplishes its mission by accepting donations, raising funds, and throuhg cooperative programs and projects with its agency partners - see more at: http://parks.ny.gov/natural-heritage-trust/#sthash.58Z4F2mY.dpuf








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