#digthefalls sponsored #ilovemyparkday2018 …
…With a huge thank you going out to Parks & Trails New York for helping us along the way!!
Dig The Falls had team members peppered across New York trying to provide as much assistance as we could for this amazing event. We were able to network with park officials and even land some newspaper/airtime. What was most amazing was the level of acceptance and support that was offered at each one of the sites we volunteered at. There are some pretty incredible people working at every one of these parks!
It seems like this year we hit our groove. We have networked very efficiently and have been able to create a lot of new opportunities to help in other areas that we have not yet jumped into. The fact of the matter is, we want to do a whole heck of a lot more for everyone than we are right now! This will change for the better moving forward, including more volunteer opportunities for people like you. 🙂
Check out some of our photos below from a couple of the parks we helped at!
Julie Kicked butt at Two Rivers State Park – Follow on Facebook and Facebook Friends of Page
Jacky helped out at Schodack Island State Park
Both photos were found on Friends of Schodack Island State Park Facebook page.
Bobbie was able to make it out to Pixley Falls State Park! You can look at some of her photos on Bobbies Waterfalls!
Mine Kill Falls State Park was especially enjoyable for me!
We are really looking forward to putting more of our efforts into local parks, state parks and even privately held locations this year. Stay tuned and follow us on Facebook to see these events as they get added to the calendar!
ALSO – There will be a huge map update released within the next couple months. For those of you that caught the last update, you are going to be blown away by the amount of data on the next!!! There are over 3,200 locations and growing!!!!!
Bobbie (www.bobbieswaterfalls.com) went above and beyond in helping us true up the data. It is now in my hands to complete the work and get it formatted for all of you!
Stay in touch and happy waterfalling!!
For more information on New York State waterfalls, please visit our New York waterfall map.