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Spring Newsletter

Spring 2020 Newsletter

Winter Newsletter Here

In this issue our Executive Director, Graham Stroh, shares his answer to the common question, "What is the Butternut Valley Alliance?" It’s not a simple answer, as you will see. There are also pieces on the arts in the valley, plastic film recycling, and water quality monitoring.

We hope you appreciate our second issue – and its new name:
The Current – as much as we enjoy creating it for you. The goal for the newsletter is to publicize the activities of the BVA, and in doing so it gives us a chance to reflect on the work we are doing and what still needs to be done.

We thank our writers, Maggie Brenner, Stacia Norman, Les Hasbargen and Ed Lentz for their contributions and we invite our members to consider writing a short piece for the Spring Newsletter.

Morris Winter Valley View

Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events At The BVA

Recent Articles
Recent Articles

Butternut Valley Alliance
Partners in
Teen Stream Study
See Study Brochure

Enjoy Otsego County
Guided by a new web site
Otsego Outdoors

By Brian Gratwicke (originally posted to Flickr as Hellbender)
Non-Profit Aims to Save Hellbender

The Wetland Trust is developing a program ...
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Click here for a comprehensive collection of area watershed maps

2018 Summer Harvest Festival Child on TractorLooking across Butternut Creek Valley Below Peet Rd. -2018

The Butternut Valley Alliance is a 501(c)(3) organization. Our mission is to protect and conserve the environmental qualities, farming, economic development and cultural heritage in the Butternut Creek watershed.

To be an effective leader in the watershed by encouraging conservation and sustainable development.
230 Dockstader Rd
New Lisbon, NY 13415