The Michael Kudish Natural History Preserve conducts and distributes research, studies and analysis related to the natural history of the Catskill Mountains “America’s First Wilderness.”
The preserve encourages public debate on solutions and safe alternatives to environmental threats. As stewards of 100 acres of permanently protected land, the preserve supports a biologically rich and diverse population of flora and fauna, in perpetuity. In furtherance of these activities, the preserve offers primitive temporary shelter to scientists, historians, artists, and the general public. In an attempt to realign a human worldview with the natural world, the preserve uses a combination of visual and performing arts to engage action by individuals and organizations.
The Catskill Mountains have been a source of inspiration for millions of people for hundreds of years!
Come to the preserve and find out why!
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