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By Carol Markham, CWC Conservationist The dazzling colors of deciduous trees are upon us, freckling our landscapes with vivid shades of autumn. Meander down any country road or through your local neighborhood, and the hillsides and yards are ablaze with magnificent …09/14/2020
CWC was this year’s beneficiary of the 20th Annual WKZA 106.9 Kiss-FM, Media One Radio Group Tavern Charity Golf Tournament! The tournament was held on Sunday, August 30th at Maplehurst Country Club and was sponsored by RS Motors. Twenty-seven four-man …08/14/2020
By John Jablonski III, CWC Executive Director & Becky Nystrom, CWC President Thirty years ago, a small group of lake lovers, naturalists, fishermen and other conservationists came together out of a profound concern for the ecological and economic health and …07/31/2020
By Carol Markham The dog days of summer are upon us, but landscaping and yard work is still in full swing! Most of us are enjoying COVID ‘stay-cations’ and spending quality time with our families, making home improvements and beautifying …
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CWC has conserved more than 1,000 acres of land and owns and manages 30 nature preserves throughout Chautauqua County, helping to provide clean and safe waters, healthy wildlife habitats and scenic beauty for the Chautauqua region!