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Accomplishing Our Mission! Giving back to our communities.

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Dig The Falls has always supported cleaner, safer outdoor places to visit. We have worked tirelessly to raise funds that allow us to carryout our mission and give back to the community!

That said, we are excited to announce that Dig The Falls has supported the Ausable River Association‘s Porta-John program in the Adirondacks with a sponsorship!

The program, aimed to reduce littering and the reduction of human waste in and around the rivers, provides a Porta-John for travelers, fishermen, bicyclists, and others visiting the area at many different locations along all branches of the Ausable River. For more information on the Ausable River Association and their programs, please visit www.ausableriver.org.

Funding for this sponsorship was made possible through donations received by Dig The Falls and personal funding by Dig The Falls team members. Cost of the sponsorship was $400 however, its value is priceless!

In addition to supporting this great program, Dig The Falls has also sponsored NYS I Love My Park Day during which team members volunteered at different locations across New York to take part in clean-ups and talks. Additionally, team members have assembled or gone solo to clean up trash from other public areas throughout the year.

Funding for this sponsorship was made possible through donations received by Dig The Falls and personal funding by Dig The Falls team members.

As Dig The Falls does not rely on website ads, this has all been made possible thanks to public donations and personal contributions by the team, and through sales of books, posters, photographs, shirts, and a variety of other items. One-hundred percent of all sales profits are put toward funding and sponsoring programs that help maintain clean places to visit and enjoy.

In addition to supporting programs and projects, Dig The Falls also maintains a highly-detailed waterfall location database marking the locations of thousands of new York State waterfalls. The team continuously works to keep the list and map as up to date as possible so anyone can access the map and plan a day of waterfalling!

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Poestenkill Gorge Park Cleanup 2017

 

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