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NYSCanalCorporation 3h
Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site will host an Owl Prowl with environmental educator George Steele tomorrow at 7pm from Yankee Hill Lock, leading a walk that explores the river bank & the old towpath while watching and listening for owls.
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NYSCanalCorporation 6h
Experience Autumn in New York this weekend with a Fall Foliage Train Ride from the Medina Railroad Museum. Last two days are tomorrow and Sunday!
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NYSCanalCorporation Oct 18
Motorized pleasure boats traveled through NYS Canal System locks and lift bridges over 71,000 times during the 2018 season! Recreational vessel traffic increased 3.4% over the last year, as more boaters took advantage of free tolls along the system.
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Erie Canal Museum Oct 17
Thanks to everyone who attended today's curator talk on the history of the Canal. We learned a lot from our guests, many of whom live in Oswego County or have family connections there. . .
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Kathy Hochul Oct 17
A reminder of the beauty of upstate New York in the fall. Towpath in the Town of Pittsford along the .
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NY Power Authority Oct 17
At our joint NYPA/ All-Hands meeting, we were briefed on the future of fast charging stations through our Program, the development of our Marcy-South Transmission line project, and another successful Canal season and Reimagine the Canals competition.
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NYSCanalCorporation Oct 17
Hey Westchester - looking for something fun to do during the week or on the weekend? Stop by the new Brick by Brick exhibition at to learn about the shared story of the , the Hudson Valley brickyards & the families who built them
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NYSCanalCorporation Oct 16
Local news: The Harley Owners Group banded together, giving back to children by raising funds and buying dozens of toys for the holidays.
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NYSCanalCorporation Oct 15
Canal tip: Check out historic sites and landmarks on a Lockport Locks District walking or biking tour.
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Kathy Hochul Oct 15
The 21st Century NYS Canal System has a rich history but also an amazing future. Spoke to the dedicated stewards and canal community leaders who understand the tourism and economic development dollars that flow from the waters of the Canal.
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NYSCanalCorporation Oct 15
“People love this canal. It is incumbent on us to find ways not only to appreciate whats there, but to scale up & amplify. It is such a good economic development opportunity”. delivers remarks on the importance of NY’s canal system at the NYS Canal Conference
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NY Power Authority Oct 15
NYPA SVP of Public & Regulatory Affairs Kim Harriman, Director Brian Stratton & Executive Director Bob Radliff welcome attendees and provide opening remarks at the New York State Canal Conference in Staten Island this morning.
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NYSCanalCorporation Oct 15
Did you know 93,000 vessels made their way through the NYS Canal System this past season? NYS Canals Director Brian Stratton takes the stage at the New York State Canal Conference, discussing the Bicentennial Forums, Locktoberfest and the many community events we had.
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NYSCanalCorporation Oct 15
And we’re off! The New York State Canal Conference is officially underway in Staten Island. Stay tuned to NYS Canals social media for photos, takeaways and more from the conference.
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NYSCanalCorporation Oct 14
A talk by Historian Gary Emerson in Dundee this Tuesday will describe different types of boats and how they navigated the local lakes and the .
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NYSCanalCorporation Oct 13
The fun starts tomorrow! Join us October 14-16 for the 2018 New York State Canal Conference and celebrate the role that New York Harbor has played in the success of the State’s historic inland waterway system.
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NYSCanalCorporation Oct 12
Check out Lockport’s cave and underground boat rides, offering a Halloween themed tour!
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NYSCanalCorporation Oct 12
THIS SUNDAY: Run and ride through beautiful fall foliage lined landscapes in the Mohawk Towpath Byway Duathlon - a 2 mile run, 17 mile bike ride and 2 mile run to the finish.
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Fairport OCED Oct 12
Join us at the NYS Canal Conference next week to learn On The Half Shell Are Actually Saving New York's Eroding Harbor
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NYSCanalCorporation Oct 11
Enjoy a celebration of the harvest at Locktoberfest at the Canal Street Marketplace in Fort Edward tomorrow. Free children's activities, live music and delicious food and local products make this the perfect event for the whole family.
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