Climate Smart Millerton2021-11-19T12:48:07-05:00

How North East and Millerton can become more resilient to a warmer, more volatile climate.

How North East and Millerton can become more resilient to a warmer, more volatile climate.

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New data say individuals together can make 25-30 percent of needed carbon cuts. Here’s why and how.

Dec. 1, 6:00  to 7:30pm: Famed entomologist Doug Tallamy will Zoom about how to reverse declining biodoversity in the second of the Dutchess Land Conservancy’s Virtual Winter Speaker Series, and it is free. Talks each month on the first Wednesday, same time. Future topics: bees, birds, invasive plants, and the year-round garden. Register at the DLC.

What You Can Do

North East Climate Smart hosts two dozen wetlands fanciers on a fall Sunday to learn about flooding from Dutchess Land Conservancy naturalist Julie Hart.
Photo by Kathy Chow

Individuals and Families

To reduce our carbon footprint and prepare for bigger weather, local businesses of all sizes can pitch in. For good ideas, click on menu items. To share an idea, contact us. Photo by Wendy Hill

Businesses and Institutions

With a grant from the state, the Town of North East hired Housatonic Valley Association to survey 150 road-stream crossings for resilience to the storm water to come.

Local and State Government

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