Our staff works to engage with the community to solve and respond to key environmental challenges, reduce and make more equitable our collective use of the Earth's resources, and inspire respect for natural systems and our reliance on them.
Look for our Energy Smart Communities table at upcoming local festivals now through September 2018. Find a list of all the festivals we'll attend, here...
The Asian jumping earthworm is an invasive species that endangers our forests. Find out how what it does, and how to identify and help contain these worms.
FREE! Visit us on Thursday 6/14 and a CCE Energy Educator will answer all your questions about going solar. No question is too big or small! Light refreshments will be served!
Garlic mustard is one of very few non-native plants to be able to successfully invade forest understories.
The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug is native to Asia, and was first detected in Pennsylvania in 2001. It produces an unpleasant smell indoors, and can damage shade and fruit trees, vegetables and legumes.
Invasive species are one of the greatest threats to New York's biodiversity. Learn about the various introduced pests that have been introduced to our state.
Last updated May 29, 2018