Events

  • Sunday, July 28, 2019 at 11:00 AM
    Colony in Woodstock, NY

    Woodstock EcoSalon 2019

    Please join Catskill Mountainkeeper on Sunday, July 28th for a Woodstock EcoSalon, Benefit Concert, and Brunch at the Colony, a cornerstone of the vibrant Woodstock music and art scene.

    After brunch, guests will see the premiere of a new Mountainkeeper short film about Pollinators in the Catskills, and enjoy a concert by renowned Danish singer, CallmeKAT.

    The party runs from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.  Brunch will be served from 11-12, the film screening will begin at 11:30, and CallmeKAT's performance will begin at noon. Cash Bar.

    All proceeds from this benefit will help support Mountainkeeper's work to fight against illegal dumping of construction and demolition debris in the woods of Saugerties, as well as our efforts to help save pollinators in the Catskills.

    Ticket prices are:

    $75 - Individual ticket
    $125 - Supporter - 1 ticket
    $200 - Friend - 2 tickets
    $500 - Patron - 4 tickets
    $1,000 - Angel - 6 tickets, acknowledgement at event 

    Please click here to purchase tickets.

  • Saturday, August 03, 2019 at 10:00 AM
    Frick Pond Loop in Livingston Manor, NY

    Hike With Us

    See the Catskills like never before!

    Saturday, August 3 - Frick Pond Loop

    Come immerse yourself in the Catskills via an easy 2 mile hike and talk on the ecological systems, natural history and wildlife around Frick Pond.

    The trip leader is Wes Gillingham, Associate Director of Catskill Mountainkeeper, who is a naturalist who has taught college field courses on wild lands across North America. The group will meet at Frick Pond trailhead at 10 A.M. For more to do in Sullivan County after your hike, check out I Love New York's guide.

    Sign up for this hike (space is limited).


    The Catskills include 287,500 acres of state land (Forest Preserve) and are filled with endless opportunities for adventure, including hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing, paddling, and snowmobiling. With a unique mixture of public and private lands, history, culture, art, and proximity to New York City, the Catskills make an ideal mountain escape.

    Find more information on:

    • Hike Smart NY - Make sure you carry the 10 Hiking Essentials and follow the hiker's responsibility code.
    • Leave No Trace - Follow these Seven Principles to learn how to recreate safely and sustainably (link leaves DEC website)
    • I Love NY for trips and itineraries in the Catskills (link leaves DEC website).

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