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WHO ARE WE
There are many Wild Places areas in the Adirondacks Preserves, Catskills Preserves and other places in New York State that are facing numerous challenges. These challenges include the biodiversity of vegetation contained in the wildlife habitat impacted by human activity because of outdoor recreation. We investigate Wild Forests areas to discover problems they are facing and help maintain, restore and preserve the natural resource settings. We do so that many more generations can enjoy the areas without the damage to the wild forest environment. The work is done through our conservation field volunteers maintaining and restoring the wild forest areas by picking up litter on trails, inside of campsites and caring for the vegetation on the trails, near streams, rivers, and watersheds.
Morgan Duke Conservation Society protects and restores wildlife habitat and the vegetation from 4WD vehicles illegally driving up and down steep embankments thus destroying the vegetation and small trees and plants. Morgan Duke Conservation Society is restoring and protecting wildlife habitat and vegetation in areas that have a significant impact from 4WD vehicles by planting trees and creating barriers to protect the trees. We are also building wildlife nesting boxes to place in locations that will be located high off the ground for the use of wild birds and other animals.
Morgan Duke Conservation Society furthers awareness of recreational activities’ impact on wild forest lands through its educational outreach endeavors. Many of the organization community outreach coordinators speak to local businesses. These individuals are raising awareness about the importance of keeping the natural resources and the environment pleasurable by advising them to carry out what they carry in and telling the community what activities can destroy the wildlife habitat and its vegetation.
We want all generations to be able to enjoy the great outdoors including the wild forest areas in the Adirondack and Catskill Preserves without impairing the wild forest atmosphere. While at the same time protecting and restoring wildlife habitat and vegetation along trails, river banks, and streams.