The purpose of this program is to actively engage in protecting and preserving the historical, cultural, aesthetic, and environmental attributes of the Upper Nyack waterfront and surrounding neighborhoods.
The Mega-Mrs. Faye Project was created to inspire youth and the local community to garden, plant trees, learn about the environment and, go outside and get dirty!
Pollinated Pathways Public Benefit Corporation has been created for the singular purpose of saving the Monarch Butterfly from extinction.
The Rockland Community Foundation Environment Fund provides funds for projects and organizations working to protect our environment and to educate our community about the importance of the natural beauty of our county.
The mission of the Cornell Cooperative Extension Fund of Rockland is to secure funding that supports core programs in youth development, the environment, horticulture and gardening, nutrition and nonprofit management.