The New York Historical Society presents this virtual presentation exploring Black Americans' struggle for equality under the law from 1865 through World War I. Learn about both Southern and Northern roles in this dark chapter of our history as well as Black New Yorkers’ organizing and community-building in the face of discrimination. This program is part of a series of virtual presentations by the New York Historical society sponsored by the Columbia County Libraries Association.
Thursday, February 24th at 7PM
To register, email: Livingstonlibprograms@gmail.com
Stacy Preusser, the Wildlife Biologist with NYS DEC since 2016, overseeing Columbia and Rensselear Counties will share information regarding black bears. Bears have become more and more frequent in the last few years, often seen at bird feeders and bee hives. Learn how you can reduce bear’s attraction to your property and what to do if you encounter a bear.
Stacy is also the Coordinator for DEC Region 4 Hunter Education Program, working with over 200 volunteer instructors to teach hunter, bowhunter and trapper education courses. Stacy also has been an instructor for the Becoming and Outdoors Woman for 10 years, teaching introductory courses for shotgun handling, rifle shooting, and big game hunting.