Environmental Management Council
Registration for the 2017 Riverbank Cleanup is now open!
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Visit the Riverbank Cleanup page for more details.
Registration for the 2017 competition is now closed!
Please join us for the opening reception on July 7th from 6-9pm during First Friday at the Broome County Arts Council Gallery.
For more information and to register visit the event page here.
EDST's Annual Earth Fest: http://www.myedst.org/earth.html
The EMC will once again attend the annual Earth Fest sponsored by Earth Day Southern Tier.
Earth Fest is one of the longest-running celebrations of Earth Day in the nation and a respected Southern Tier institution.
Earth Fest draws over 3,000 visitors and each year. As such, sponsors and participants can expect exposure to a wide audience, recognition as a green community member and numerous networking possibilities. This year, as always, we look forward to adding additional opportunities for education and fun at Earth Fest. Please share your ideas with us!
2016 Riverbank Clean-Up:
The event this year is tentatively scheduled for October 15th. See the Riverbank Clean-Up page of our website for more information. You can find more details about participating in the event, stream captain responsibilities and past clean-ups.
Joyce K.L. Smith Environmental Photography Competition:
The JKLS Environmental Photography Competition has been discontinued. Efforts are currently underway to bring back the program in 2017. If you have interest in the event you can contact Larry Lepak at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about past events go to the Photo Show page.
Broome County Environmental Management Council
The Broome County Environmental Management Council (EMC) is a citizen advisory group to County government on local environmental matters. Our mission is to provide support and advice to the County Executive, Legislature, municipal bodies and citizens; conduct environmental research activities; raise public awareness through education; investigate sound methods of ecological planning for the County’s natural resources; review environmental assessments, plans and reports; and to respond to other environmental concerns as they arise.