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Catskill Watershed Corporation
Protecting water quality and preserving communities in the Catskill-Delaware New York City Watershed.
Watershed Currents Newsletter

The CWC’s monthly electronic newsletter offering information on CWC programs, upcoming events and links to other organizations working in the NYC Watershed West of the Hudson River.

2016 Watershed Currents

 

July           Issue Highlights:

· South Kortright wastewater system done

· Stormwater installation in Delhi

· New home for exhibit

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June           Issue Highlights:

· Flood funds awarded to buy relocation parcel

· FAD comments welcome at Hunter

· South Kortright hookups almost complete!

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May             Issue Highlights:

· ACWC Stormwater Retrofit Grant

· Boating begins!

· Septic seminar

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April            Issue Highlights:

· Remembering Perry Shelton

· CWC Board reorganizes, hears 2015 annual report

· Spring is stream cleanup time

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March         Issue Highlights:

· 19th Annual meeting is April 5

· My Woodlot

· Watershed events for early April

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January        Issue Highlights:

· New Byways look to drive visitors to the region

· After two decades at the table, DeWan steps aside

· "Town Hall" debates benefits, costs of water

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2015 Watershed Currents

 

December      Issue Highlights:

· Which way to the trailhead?

· Education grant applications available, Deadline Feb. 1 

· Wastewater project updates

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October           Issue Highlights:

· Governor takes a ride on the wild side of the Catskills 

· Scenic Byway promo gets rolling

· Walton gets first flood hazard mitigation grant

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September      Issue Highlights:

· Stormwater symposium

· CWC Board meeting moves to Deposit in October

· More progress in Lexington

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August              Issue Highlights:

· Stormwater workshop September 11

· Unexpected repairs at Cannonsville Dam

· Conservation Corps cleans up Blue hole 

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June                   Issue Highlights:

· Lexington, South Kortright projects advance

· What's in the water?

· CWC among eight area Smart Growth grantees 

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May                   Issue Highlights:

· Catskill Mountains Scenic Byway gets crucial approval

· It's boating season!

· Spring has sprung for septic rehab program

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April                  Issue Highlights:

· What's an LFA anyway?

· CWC Annual Meeting highlights

· It's that time again

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March                Issue Highlights:

· Flood Mitigation grants available

· New Kingston studied for wastewater system

· Watershed information exchange

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January             Issue Highlights:

· Contractors and Engineers meet

· Flood Mitigation Implementation Program

· Entrenched in Lexington

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2014 Watershed Currents

 

December          Issue Highlights:

· Getting a jump on the weather in Lexington

· Education Grant applications available

· Waiting for the sun in Hobart

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November          Issue Highlights:

· Prime time, Brazil

· No Mow Zone

· Schoharie shower

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October               Issue Highlights:

· Reservoir litter brigades enlist 171 volunteers

· More room to hunt

· Earning their Catskill Reservoir Paddler Patch

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September         Issue Highlights:

· Explaining flood mitigation initiatives

· Municipal training sessions coming up

· Flyfishers, rejoice!

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July                       Issue Highlights:

· Boys on Water

· Grass Bio-Energy report is online

· CWC awards 28 Education Grants

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June                      Issue Highlights:

· Focus on the Schoharie

· Summer challenge

· Water, water everywhere   

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April                       Issue Highlights:

· CWC welcomes new board member

· It's back to the future for Emily Lloyd

· Mountaintop Library is open!  

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February               Issue Highlights:

· Annual Meeting April 1

· Neversink Res debated at 'Town Hall'

· 4,369 systems and counting

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2013 Watershed Currents

 

December              Issue Highlights:

· Bright lights, pure water for the Big City

· Register for Schoharie Summit

· Beetles to the rescue!

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November              Issue Highlights:

· A moment to fill the senses

· Attention, teachers!

· Nature's armor along the Neversink

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October                  Issue Highlights:

· The CWC Board has a new President

·Training for planners Nov. 19

· Hunters, take note

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September              Issue Highlights:

· Governor comes to Margaretville

· Out of sight, out of mind? Check your septic!

· How the reservoirs came to be...

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August                     Issue Highlights:

· Keep on boating!

· Local Government Day set for October 4

· Delaware stream projects move forward this summer

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July                           Issue Highlights:

· Five non-profit groups receive flood grants

· Fleischmanns sewer extension progresses

· The "Battle for Water"

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June                          Issue Highlights:

· Silver Sneakers stay active in Delhi

· Loan workshop July 10, 11

· Hope springs eternal in Prattsville

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May                          Issue Highlights:

· Museum documents Watershed Agreement and its                                  legacy

· Protecting the Tremperkill from stormwater runoff

· Be a Reservoir Steward!

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April                          Issue Highlights:

· Deja vu all over again in Boiceville

· Professional development for engineers

· 2012 by the numbers: CWC's Annual Report now available

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March                         Issue Highlights:

· A visit to the North Country

· CWC Annual Meeting

· Seminar for engineers

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January                     Issue Highlights:

·  Trails and parks in the making

·  Septic Boot Camp

·  Art show at CWC

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2012 Watershed Currents

 

November                  Issue Highlights:

·         Construction begins in Trout Creek

·         Hunters invited where the whitetails roam

·         4,000 septic repairs and counting

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October                      Issue Highlights:

·         Smiles aplenty as the comeback continues

·         Taking reservoir boating to the next level

·         Adventure racers discover Pepacton

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September                 Issue Highlights:

·         Have you registered for this workshop?

·         Halcott super on CWC Board

·         Sewer project gears up

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August                       Issue Highlights:

·         Looking back at the flood

·         Gilboa, Schoharie projects updated

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July                             Issue Highlights:

·         Re-living the flood in words and art

·         Kitchen table sign-up

·         The Pick-up Team

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June                           Issue Highlights:

·         Teaching the Watershed, one grant at a time

·         Ashland system almost completed

·         Get business help from Counselor of the

      Year

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May                             Issue Highlights:

·         Opening of three WOH reservoirs to recreational boating

 

March                         Issue Highlights:

·         Loans top $50 million

·         Disaster Preparation workshop

·         Schoharie progress report March 29

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February                    Issue Highlights:

·         Good news, boaters!

·         Ashokan history displayed

·         Another route to the res
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January                     Issue Highlights:

·         128 grants awarded to flooded businesses

·         Is your Town ready for the next disaster?

·         Ashland's wastewater treatment plant up and

      running

·         Education grant applications due February 1 
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