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Visit Adirondacks, Visit The Catskills and Dig The Falls

You may not have noticed, but Dig The Falls is Getting around! In short, Dig The Falls is attempting to add value to as many organizations as possible, even if those organizations are as far-reaching as (Adirondack Regional Tourism Council) or (Catskill Association for Tourism Services). We have written a few short articles for these websites and hope to offer more content in the future. This is in an attempt to help spread the word about these wonderful […]

Poestenkill Gorge Park Cleanup 2017

Narrows: Cascades and Heritage Trail

The Troy Narrows, Urban Trail Development Project This Dig The Falls project was announced last year and will be an ongoing fixture of our blogging for the next couple of years. Possibly several years, in fact. It is the single largest project Dig The Falls has been able to assist directly, and will be a testament of why our work is so important and how passionate we are to help! Below is a walkthrough of the project, which only covers half the […]

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Dig The Falls Announces Paul Smith’s Scholarship

Dig The Falls Announces Paul Smith’s Scholarship Over the course of the past couple years, Dig The Falls has evolved from being just a source for New York waterfall locations to embracing the message of stewardship and taking a more involved role on environmental conservation. While we have added over 3,000 locations to our map, we have also added a number of partnerships, like teaming with The Upstate Experience,  and have sponsored a number of events and programs such as […]

Lake George

Invasive Species Management Partnership

NYS Invasive Species Management Partnership When the majority of us head out into the woods or out on the lake for a fun day of recreation, we seldom think, if at all, about the impact that a tiny insect or fish could have on an entire ecosystem. We also don’t consider the impacts of not rinsing down a boat or waders, or checking clothing and hiking gear for hitch-hiking beetles. The simple truth is that the majority of us just […]

Cascade Lake Falls

Happy New Year From Dig The Falls!

Happy New Year! It has been some time since we have sent a newsletter, which we sent a few days ago. The Newsletter was abbreviated to make for an easier read by email, but we wanted to add a bit of detail for even more of our fans! We have included some updates and stats on our progress over the past year, along with a little information about where we are headed. Where do we start? We start with a HUGE thank you […]

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