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Digital Nature Photography Series for Beginners

Digital Nature Photography Series for Beginners

CAPTURE THE BEAUTY OF NATURE!

Sundays, February 9, 16 and 23, 2014

2- 4 PM

ONLY $40 for the entire series!

This hands-on series atTifft Nature Preserve is recommended for adults new to nature photography, as well as those who wish to perfect their knowledge and use of digital cameras. Mary Lou Frost, guest instructor for this series, is the past President of the Buffalo Science Museum Camera Club. This series will include indoor instruction within Tifft's warm Visitor Center classrooms and outdoor practice of skills on Tifft's beautiful and accessible trails. Plan to bring your camera and its manual to each class and dress appropriately to be outside.

Non-members: $40 for series. Buffalo Museum of Science Members Save 10%. Pre-registration required. Full payment due at time of registration. Please call 825-6397 today.

Tifft Nature Preserve 1200 Fuhrmann Blvd Buffalo, NY 14203,  716-825-6397

Pop-Up Family Snowshoe Stroll at Tifft!

Pop-Up Family Snowshoe Stroll at Tifft!

POP-UP FAMILY SNOWSHOE STROLL AT TIFFT 

Pop-Up Family Snowshoe Stroll at Tifft!

Pop-Up Family Snowshoe Stroll at Tifft!

POP-UP FAMILY SNOWSHOE STROLL AT TIFFT 

Nature Knowledge Trivia Night - Tifft FUNdraiser

Nature Knowledge Trivia Night - Tifft FUNdraiser

Nature Knowledge Trivia Night

Friday, November 22

7-9 PM

Tifft Nature Preserve, 1200 Fuhrmann Blvd. Buffalo, NY  14203

Show off your NYS nature knowledge and compete for prizes while enjoying a rousing evening of delectable treats, drinks, and friends at this FUNdraiser for Tifft Nature Preserve! Non-Members: $30 for teams of four or $8 per person. Buffalo Museum of Science Members Save 10%. Pre-registration required. Please call 825-6397. www.sciencebuff.org/tifft-nature-preserve/

West Side Neighborhood Housing Services recognized as NeighborWorks Green Organization

West Side Neighborhood Housing Services recognized as NeighborWorks Green Organization

 

West Side Neighborhood Housing Services in Buffalo has been recognized as a NeighborWorks Green Organization for its comprehensive commitment to sustainable operations.  To achieve this designation, West Side NHS was required to demonstrate adherence to a set of green business practices across its operations and all of its program areas. 

This is the second consecutive year that NeighborWorks America has recognized member organizations for their efforts to create healthier, energy-efficient environments for homeowners, renters, community residents and employees. To date, 42 NeighborWorks organizations have achieved this designation.

West Side Neighborhood Housing Services, which preserves and revitalizes Buffalo neighborhoods by providing safe, affordable and sustainable housing opportunities, is committed to green practices, including:

Grisanti Delivers For Orchard Park: Secures $200,000 For Green Dam Reconstruction

Grisanti Delivers For Orchard Park: Secures $200,000 For Green Dam Reconstruction

New York State Senator Mark Grisanti, who serves as Chairman of the Senate’s Environmental Conservation Committee, announced today that after working with town officials in Orchard Park he has been able to secure $200,000 to help replace Green Lake Dam.

Green Lake Dam was recently reclassified by the state Department of Environmental Conservation from an intermediate hazard to a high hazard, which drew concerns from many residents and community stakeholders in Orchard Park.

“The re-classification of Green Lake Dam is troubling for the residents of Orchard Park,” said Senator Grisanti. “Green Lake Dam needs to be reconstructed immediately. The funds I was able to secure from the Environmental Protection Fund will help do just that.”

Grisanti Delivers for Hamburg: $75,000 In Environmental Protection Funds Secured For Woodlawn

Grisanti Delivers for Hamburg: $75,000 In Environmental Protection Funds Secured For Woodlawn

Senator Mark Grisanti (R,I) announced today that Woodlawn State Beach Park will be receiving $75,000 from the Environmental Protection Fund to help with the Town of Hamburg’s pump station conversion project.

Senator Grisanti, who chairs the Senate’s Environmental Conservation Committee said: Woodlawn State Beach Park is a top issue of mine. I am always looking for ways to help clean up the water so that the residents of Hamburg and other Western New Yorkers can enjoy this great beach.”