Lobby Days are a great way to talk to New York State Legislators about public lands and the environmental and conservation issues that are important to you. You do not need previous lobbying experience to participate. Your desire to share your stories and experiences about why you love public lands is all you need. During the Lobby Day you will be briefed in an opening session by policy experts and then teamed up with a group and team leader to visit 4 or 5 legislative offices. You will have an opportunity to meet with your State Senator and Assembly member (see links, bottom of page) and talk about your experiences and what matters to you. Sign up below for a Lobby Day using the links provided and more information will be emailed to you closer to the event after you sign-up.

  • Catskill Park Day is Tuesday February 6th, 9am to 4pm in Albany, NY
    • Sign-up for Catskill Park Day  (“Learn More”)
    • If you would like to talk to New York State Legislators about why you love the Catskill Park, you should join us and the Catskill Park Coalition for Catskill Park Day.
    • A workshop to help you understand Catskill Park issues, before talking to legislators on February 6th, is being offered at the Catskill Center (or by conference call) on January 25 at 6pm. For more information, or to register for a workshop or Catskill Park Day, contact Jonathan Mogelever at 845-586-2611 x 116 or jmogelever@catskillcenter.org.
  • EPF Lobby Day is February 12th in Albany, NY

    • Sign-up for EPF Lobby Day
    • The Environmental Protection Fund (EPF) Lobby Day is a great opportunity to talk to New York State Legislators about why you love Public Land, Trails, Summit Stewards, Fighting Invasive Species, or Protecting Clean Water. Join us and the Keep Protecting NY’s Environment Coalition for EPF Lobby Day.

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