Save the Pine Bush

Save the Pine Bush is a not-for-profit community group which came into being on February 6, 1978. Its mission is to stop development of the Albany Pine Bush in the Capital District of the U.S. state of New York.

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New York State
Albany County
Albany, NY
Downtown Albany, NY
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Save the Pine Bush

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Save the Pine Bush Dinner, September 20th at 6 PM

Save the Pine Bush Vegetarian/Vegan Lasgana Dinner
Wednesday, September 20, 2017, 6:00 PM Dinner - 7:00 Presentation

Amanda Dillon Field Ecologist from the the Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission will speak about

Wild Bee Species and Insects in the Pine Bush

The Albany Pine Bush Preserve staff have found that many species of wild bees are present in the Pine Bush, making the Pine Bush a significant refuge for pollinator species. Amanda Dillon will talk about her work with bee species and insect conservation in an age of dramatic insect population declines globally.

Save the Pine Bush Dinner – 6 PM Tonight

Roger Downs will speak about the new, proposed changes in the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act - SEQRA. He will describe the proposed changes and how these will affect the environmental review process. Is “streamlining” needed or just a way to push through bad projects? How will limiting scoping affect the process? Roger will tell us what we can do to protect SEQRA.