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Bowling teams in Seneca get a financial boost from Seneca Meadows
Bowling teams in Seneca get a financial boost from Seneca Meadows
Seneca County Accepts Donation from Seneca Meadows for Children & Families in Need Dec 11, 2018
Official County Resolution: Seneca County accepts donation from Seneca Meadows for children and families in need
Bowling teams in Seneca get a financial boost from Seneca Meadows Dec 6, 2018
Seneca Meadows recently presented the high school bowling teams represented in Seneca County with a contribution to help offset their season costs.
Seneca Meadows funds reading materials at Seneca Falls Library Nov 30, 2018
Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows recently presented Tara Montoney and Jenny Burnett of the Seneca Falls Library a check for $5,000. The contribution will benefit the residents of Seneca Falls by funding a Sustainability Workshop which will be free to the public and through the purchase of multiple Playaway audiobooks.
Frank Knight Elementary students tour Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve Oct 16, 2018
Frank Knight Elementary School students are spending this week learning about the environment, New York state habitats, animals and conservation.
Seneca Meadows partners with Geneva students for Solar Power June 27, 2018 / August 21, 2018
Seneca Meadows, Inc. today announced its seventh year partnering with Geneva High School students in solar cooking projects. The students of Ron Smith’s World of Technology class use technology to solve real-world problems, including cooking in regions without public power.
Close to 1000 attend Seneca Meadows Open House Aug 2, 2018
The Seneca Meadows Open House drew about 1,000 local and regional visitors, with one family from Tennessee and one from New York City in attendance who spotted the event while in the local area.
Graduates Receive Seneca Meadows Scholarships July 31, 2018
For 15 years, Seneca Meadows has awarded scholarships to graduating seniors from each of the four school districts in Seneca County — Mynderse Academy, Romulus Central School, South Seneca Central School and Waterloo Central School.
Seneca Meadows supports American Cancer Society Golf Outing July 24, 2018
Generations Bank announced today that the 39th Annual American Cancer Society Golf Outing, in memory of Bob Rosenkrans, raised $8,048.21 for the organization. The annual event took place at the Seneca Falls Country Club on Wednesday, June 20th, 2018. The event benefits from robust sponsor support including primary sponsor Seneca Meadows Landfill.
With help from Seneca Meadows Seneca White Deer adds accessible bus July 20, 2018
With financial help from Seneca Meadows, Seneca White Deer has a 14-passenger, handicapped-accessible bus to use on its tours.
Seneca Meadows continues to invest in Waterloo Village beautification efforts July 17, 2018
For 17 years, Seneca Meadows has continued to invest in the ongoing beautification efforts spearheaded by the many volunteers and committee members of the Waterloo In Bloom organization. One such investment has been the multi year effort to restore and rehabilitate Dempsey Park on Virginia Street in Waterloo. Previously, SMI aided in the addition of a fountain in the circular walkway.
Seneca Meadows donates food and cooks at DARE Fun Day in Seneca County July 12, 2018
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office held its annual DARE Fun Day last month at Vince’s Park, recognizing students who completed the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program.
‘A whole lot to offer’: Seneca Meadows welcomes new environmental educator June 29, 2018
This spring, Mary Jo Doyle was on vacation in Australia when she received a phone call from a close friend: There was a job opening at Seneca Meadows, and her friend hoped she would apply.
Lessons in bird banding June 5, 2018
Through a partnership between Seneca Meadows and Braddock Bay Bird Observatory, a bird banding demonstration was held at the Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve on Black Brook Road in Seneca Falls on Saturday, June 2nd. The first round of bird banding netted two Song Sparrows, which were banded, measured and weighed before their release.
SUNY Environmental Science students learning at Seneca Meadows April 26, 2018
Approximately fifty SUNY Environmental Science & Forestry (ESF), SUNY Cobleskill and New York State Ducks Unlimited delegates recently visited the Seneca Meadows Education Center and Wetlands Preserve to learn about wetland habitat in the region that have been restored through various efforts including the efforts of the Seneca Meadows landfill in Seneca Falls, Montezuma and other wetland habitat in New York State and neighboring Canada.
Cub Scouts construct kestrel nesting box March 30, 2018
Cub Scout Pack 74 of Waterloo recently constructed a kestrel nesting box and placed it at the Seneca Meadows Education Center. American kestrels lack the ability to excavate their own cavities in which to nest and rely on old woodpecker holes, tree hollows and other natural and man-made structures. The Tiger Scouts will check on the box later this spring to see if a pair of kestrels have found a home.
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