Virtual Geology Stream Hike

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Virtual Geology Stream Hike

Virtual Programming with the Time and the Valleys Museum: Zoom Webinar: Sunday, October 4th at 2pm Join Haley Springston, Watershed Planning Coordinator of the Rondout-Neversink Stream Program, on Zoom, as we partner with the Time and the Valleys Museum to offer our first-ever, live-streaming virtual geology stream hike event. RNSP's Watershed Planning Coordinator, Haley Springston, will lead viewers on a virtual geology hike along a Catskill stream, review the effects of geologic history on present-day streams, and answer questions from the audience. Participants will learn how the Catskill landscape formed nearly 380 million years ago, how the geologic history of Catskill streams still affects our lives today, and how the Rondout Neversink Stream Program serves our local streams and communities. The event is free. Registration is required. To register email the Museum at: info@timeandthevalleysmuseum.org

Streamside Photography Walk at the Windham Path

Registrations are required by Thursday, October 1, 2020. This event is limited to 10 participants. There will be no on-site registrations. Register here: https://www.gcswcd.com/calendar/education/streamside-photography-walk-at-the-windham-path-fall-2020   Join us for a guided photography walk with Francis X. Driscoll on the Windham Path. Fran will show how he has gotten some of his award-winning shots through demonstrations on camera settings, composition, exposure, depth of field, etc. There will be an emphasis on enjoying and capturing the beauty of the area. All camera types, including cell phones and tablets, are welcome. This is an outdoor photography walk that involves walking on an easy loop trail for approximately 1.5 miles. Attendees should dress for the weather, wear appropriate footwear, and bring a filled water bottle and snacks as needed. Participants at this event must follow current health guidelines for COVID-19. Participants must maintain social distancing of at least 6 feet from individuals from different households. Masks or face coverings that cover the nose and mouth will be required for all participants whenever the group is stopped for discussion as well as whenever social distancing cannot be maintained. Participants must bring their own cameras. There will be no sharing of equipment or other materials between individuals […]