Binoculars and Birds Abound! – Spring Field Trips with DOAS

In these early days of spring, birdwatchers are easy to find due to the trees being in pre-stage leaf-out.  You can find them in all habitats – marshy river riparian zones, pond and lake shores,  fields and forests, and even in backyards.  They can be easily identified by their habit of constantly looking up (they […]

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ACTION ALERT: Federal Budget and Climate Change Action – March 22

YOUR ACTION IS NEEDED President Trump’s budget slashes funding for programs to gather climate data and minimize damage from climate change. Representative John Faso recently co-sponsored a resolution detailing a host of climate change impacts. Mr. Faso is a majority party representative on the House Budget Committee. This magnifies his influence over the final budget. […]

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Action

For use in regional action to effect legislative change on environmental topics by influencing our regions’ elected officials and decision makers.  Please share widely!  DOAS will fax all submissions within 24 hrs. and will also print and mail a hard copy to the recipients you select in this form.     CLICK HERE TO SEND […]

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2017 Environmental Education Grant Recipients

Each year, Environmental Education Grants are awarded to classroom teachers in the DOAS area (Delaware, Otsego, eastern Chenango, and western Schoharie Counties) through the DOAS EE Grant Program.   This year’s recipients are: Lori Wrench, Cooperstown Elementary School  – Materials and supplies to build a Bird Sanctuary in an enclosed courtyard area;  Jennifer Finkle, South Kortright Elementary […]

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ACTION ALERT – Climate Change Scientists Need Our Help

Call Congressman Faso Today The climate in Washington has changed. If you care about the scientific integrity of climate science, it is time to make a phone call. In spite of a scientific consensus, President Trump has called climate change a “hoax”. His recent actions make it clear that the federal government will be less […]

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