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The Pine Bush and Bombs

It is estimated that a war in Iraq would cost at least $100 billion. War in Iraq would cause tremendous human suffering, as well as take resources away from programs at home, such as buying land for preservation. A peaceful solution to the problems in Iraq is in everyone’s interest. “Beware the leader who bangs The Pine Bush and Bombs

Save the Pine Bush

Save the Pine Bush has a traveling exhibit. We bring it to fairs, schools, and especially every year to the Albany Tulipfest, held on Saturaday and Sunday of Mother’s Day weekend in May. If you don’t have a chance to visit our exhibit in person, we have put the pictures and captions in our exhibit Save the Pine Bush

City Owned Land Up for Grabs

by Lynne Jackson In an unusal twist of fate, Pine Bush land that is currently publicly held is being considered for development by the City of Schenectady. Called the Woodlawn Wetlands and Dunes Area, it is located in the Pine Bush ecosystem in the City of Schenectady, on the border of Albany County and Niskayuna, City Owned Land Up for Grabs

City Can’t Decide!

Dear Save the Pine Bush supporters, In this newsletter is a survey about your connection with Save the Pine Bush. Elisabeth Mason, our Save the Pine Bush history intern, has worked very hard this semester compiling our historical record. As part of her project and to help us out, she is conducting a survey. Please, City Can’t Decide!

Save the Pine Bush Action Alert!

Save the Pine Bush Action Alert! Action Alerts! Call Your Albany City Common Council Member To oppose re-zoning of 365 Washington Avenue Extension (If you do not live in Albany, then choose someone to call). Call before March 20, 2000 Call Your Albany County Legislator To call for the County to request that part of Save the Pine Bush Action Alert!

Man charged in bird-killing Albany

by DINA CAPPIELLO, Staff writer A 26-year-old Fulton County man was arrested Monday for allegedly shooting 159 crows in a restricted area of the Albany Pine Bush Preserve, according to state Department of Environmental Conservation officials. Burton Frasier of Mayfield allegedly killed the crows with a shotgun in a part of the Pine Bush north Man charged in bird-killing Albany

Current Plumes

Current Plumes Curent Views Showing Plumes of Existing Power Plant Home View from Island Creek Park View from the Corning Tower in the Empire State Plaza

View from Fort Crailo

View from Fort Crailo Simulation of Besicorp Project View from Fort Crailo Home Current view from Riverside Avenue, Fort Crailo, Rensselaer Current view from Riverside Avenue, Fort Crailo, Rensselaer Proposed facility Riverside Avenue, Fort Crailo, Rennselaer Proposed facility Riverside Avenue, Fort Crailo, Rensselaer Proposed facility with plumes Riverside Avenue, Fort Crailo, Rensselaer Proposed facility with View from Fort Crailo

Save the Pine Bush Zoom Meeting – Wednesday, May 15 2024, at 6:30 p.m.

Neil Gifford Conservation Director for the Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission Restoring Pine Bush Ecosystem Healththrough Management Neil will speak about how managing native scrub oak trees can restore the health of the Pine Bush ecosystem. Neil will discuss the Commission’s research on habitat restoration that includes such techniques as mechanical, chemical and prescribed fire Save the Pine Bush Zoom Meeting – Wednesday, May 15 2024, at 6:30 p.m.

November SPB Dinner Speakers

Now We’ve Got A Bond Act: Jeff Jones of Environmental Advocates By Daniel Van Riper Jeff Jones, of Environmental Advocates, speaking at the November lasagna dinner at !st Presbyterian Church in Albany, had an interesting story about the origins of the Bond Act, which, of course, is now in effect. Earlier this year, Environmental Advocates November SPB Dinner Speakers

Virtual Exhibit

What is the Pine Bush? The Pine Bush is the only sizable inland pine barrens sand dunes in the United States, and is recognized world&endash;wide as a unique pine barrens ecosystem. It contains over 300 species of vertebrate animals, over 1,500 species of plants, and over 10,000 species of insects and other invertebrate animals. Many Virtual Exhibit