Tony Ingraham, Walk In The Park

Walk In The Park – Finger Lakes Heritage, and beyond

Tony Ingraham is an avid producer of content spanning all subjects outdoor related. Many of his videos center around the Ithaca area and Watkins Glen State Park regions of the Finger Lakes. In Tony’s word’s below, he’s had a great career in the outdoors and is continuing the great work educating and protecting these beautiful areas!

From Tony’s Facebook Page:

“Find out about our gorgeous books about Ithaca and Watkins Glen State Park athttp://OWLGORGE.COM/

Had a career with NY State Parks in charge of environmental education in the gorgeous Finger Lakes region. I own Owl Gorge Productions which has published two books, one about Watkins Glen State Park and other about Ithaca. See more at http://owlgorge.com/

I produce a TV show on Ithaca’s public access cable channel 13 called “Cayuga Lake Heritage.”

I am a life member of the National Association for Interpretation, the premier professional association for natural and cultural history educators working in national, state, and local state parks, national forests, museums, nature centers, historic sites, botanical gardens, zoos, and many other settings where people can learn about our heritage first hand. I was the director of the northeast region of NAI in the mid-1990s. In 2009, I received the 1st place award in NAI’s media competition in the small book category for my book, A WALK THROUGH WATKINS GLEN–WATER’S SCULPTURE IN STONE. Liz and I also published ITHACA–THE CITY, GORGES, AND COLLEGES. Find out more athttp://owlgorge.com/

Tony has been a long-standing member of our Facebook Waterfall Community and is a great addition to our Friends Of The Falls! Check out some of his videos below and check out all of his social media pages and give him a follow.

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