Conservation Advisory Council – Per NYS General Municipal Law, each municipality is sanctioned to create a Conservation Advisory Council (CAC) to advise local government on environmental matters and review development proposals with potential environmental impact in an advisory capacity. Since 2009, the Kingston CAC has worked as a volunteer board to ensure the conservation of the City’s natural resources and the enhancement and protection of its environment, while fostering unified actions on environmental matters. The Kingston CAC meets the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm in Kingston City Hall Conference Room 1. The meetings are open to the public. For more information, visit the Kingston CAC webpage. See Kingston CAC 2017 Annual Report.
Climate Smart Kingston Commission - The Climate Smart Kingston Commission convenes monthly to strategize, plan, and implement the goals of Kingston's Climate Action Plan. The Commission is comprised of residents and officials who want to take action to assure a sustainable future for the city. The Climate Smart Kingston Commission meets the 4th Wednesday of each month from 5:00-6:30pm at Kingston City Hall, Common Council Chambers. For more information, visit the Climate Smart Kingston Commission webpage, where you can sign up for the Climate Smart Kingston Mailing List to be informed via email of updates on Kingston’s sustainability initiatives. Or you can follow Climate Smart Kingston on Facebook.
Friends of Forsyth Nature Center -
The Friends of Forsyth Nature Center is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization
whose mission is to support the Forsyth Nature Center and to foster and inspire the exploration and
conservation of the natural world in and around our urban community. The FFNC Board of Directors meets
regularly throughout the year. This group provides scholarships for the Junior Naturalists Program and
participates in the Kingston Earth Fair and the Fall Festival, fundraising for the FNC. All proceeds are dedicated
to maintaining and improving the Forsyth Nature Center and its programs.
Visit the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Climate Information Resources page for more information on climate science, educational resources and state actions on climate mitigation and adaptation.