September 2018
Barnabas McHenry, Chairman Greenway Council, Co-Chair National Heritage Area
Kevin M. Burke, Chairman, Greenway Conservancy for the Hudson River Valley,
Co-Chair National Heritage Area
Scott Keller, Acting Executive Director Greenway,
Acting Director National Heritage Area 
Monthly News, Events, & Grant
It's Time for the 2018 Hudson River Valley Ramble!
The 19th annual Hudson River Valley Ramble  will be held September 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 22 -23, and 29-30.The 2018 Ramble will feature around 200 recreational and cultural events highlighting the rich diversity of the Hudson River Valley region.
The Hudson River Valley Greenway Announces $39,700 in Grants
At it's June meeting, the  Hudson River Valley Greenway approved six matching grant awards totaling $39,700. The funded projects include:

  • $7,200 to the Town of Pine Plains, Dutchess County, to update their comprehensive plan.
  • $4,000 to the City of Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, to conduct an archaeological survey on a parcel of land on Pershing Avenue, with the goal of turning it into a community farm and educational center in an urban area that features high poverty and is a food desert.
  • $10,000 to the Town of Durham, Greene County, to update their comprehensive plan.
  • $10,000 to the Town of Halfmoon, Saratoga County, to improve public access and amenities at their Vosburgh Road Preserve.
  • $2,500 to the Town of Fort Edward, Washington County, to pay for a market analysis of an important birding center that hosts many migratory birds. The study area includes the largest grasslands in Eastern New York.
  • $6,000 to the Town of Salem, Washington County, to improve public access to the Battenkill River at their Georgi Museum and Park.

The next deadline for Community Planning grants are October 12, 2018 . Guidelines can be found here .
Register Now for Fall 2018 Path Through History Weekend!
Join the fun at the Fall Path Through History Weekend on Columbus Day weekend (October 6-8, 2018). The Spring Path Through History Weekend was held in June and was a great success with hundreds of events celebrating New York State's history. The Fall Path Through History Weekend will continue to celebrate the great diversity of events that promote the unique history of our state. If your organization is holding an event during these time frames and it connects with New York State history, your participation is highly encouraged. Please click here to register your event. 
Capital District Trails Plan-Public Open House
The Capital District Transportation Committee (CDTC) has been working on developing a strategy to link together the various multi-use trails in Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer and Saratoga counties - a project called the  Capital District Trails Plan . Planning workshops in each county met last spring, and provided valuable input. CDTC has since been working on developing this strategy, and is now inviting stakeholders to the Public Open House to review the draft recommendations of that plan. Comments and suggestions gathered at this open house will be used to refine the strategy before it is finalized. Draft materials for review will include: proposed trail maps for Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer and Saratoga counties; Trails Management Best Practices guide; estimates of anticipated economic benefits as well as ideas for branding and marketing of our regional trail system. Members of the project team—including the CDTC and planning and engineering consultants—will be in attendance to discuss the vision plan and take questions. The Public Open House will be on September 13th, 2018 between 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. at the Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center. More info here .
Bicyclists Bring Business Comes to Waterford and Cohoes
Join Parks & Trails New York and the New York State Canal Corporation as they hit the trail to Waterford and Cohoes for the annual   Bicyclists Bring Business Workshop and Community Bike-A-Round . They 'll bring together cyclists, elected officials, tourism pros, and business owners from throughout the Capital Region to discuss how the area can further develop as cycling and outdoor recreation destination. The Evening Workshop will be held at 5:30 PM on Monday, September 24 at the Waterford Harbor Visitor's Center. Attendees will receive background on bicycle tourism on the Erie and Champlain Canalway Trails, updates on the Capital Region's growing cycling network and future connections to the Empire State Trail, and ideas for creating premier cycling destinations in the Capital Region and Champlain Canal corridor. Join Parks & Trails New York again for a Community Bike-A-Round, heading out from Peebles Island State Park parking lot at 9:00 AM, Tuesday, September 25. Ride on parts of the Erie and Champlain Canalway Trails, experience Waterford and Cohoes’ downtown business districts from a cyclist’s perspective, and take a look at amenities being developed as part of the NYS Canal Water Trail System.
Upcoming Events

Holiday Hike to the Shingle Gully Caves, Minnewaska State Park Preserve, Cragsmoor, NY
September 3: Explore the Shingle Gully Ice Caves where ice persists into summer in deep crevice caves. This rugged, protected landscape is accessible only on guided tours led by park staff and volunteer docents. This all-day, strenuous adventure ascends and descends 1,500 feet, includes off-trail bushwhacking and steep rock scrambles, and is only appropriate for experienced hikers. Read more here .

Harmonies on the Hudson Outdoor Concert Series, Clermont State Historic Site, Germantown, NY
September 6: Displaying her passion for live musical performance with a collection of original songs and meaningful covers in a cross genre mix, Abby is an accomplished artist whose unique voice and "crisp guitar" mesmerize audiences with warmth and agility. Thursday evenings this summer are reserved for our Harmonies on the Hudson Outdoor Concert Series! Find out more here .

Waterford Tugboat Roundup, Waterford Harbor, Waterford, NY
September 7, 8, 9: The Tugboat Roundup is a gathering of tugboats and other vessels and a celebration of New York's maritime industry. The Roundup includes vendors, boat rides, children activities, beer barge, live music, and much more. More info here .

Play Day at Jay, John Jay Homestead State Historic Site, Katonah, NY
September 7, 14, 21, 28: Pack a picnic and spend the afternoon at John Jay Homestead; explore our 6 Discovery Centers and visit our chickens. Education staff will lead a short hands-on activity at 1pm. Free admission. Read more here .

7th Annual Paddle for a Cure, Dockside Park, Cold Spring, NY
September 8: Join us for a fun-filled day paddling on the Hudson River while raising money and awareness for a great cause. Following a scenic new route the 6-mile, current-assisted, course is on a beautiful stretch of the Hudson. Leaving from Dockside Park in Cold Spring, we’ll paddle up to and around historic Bannerman's Island, returning to the start/finish at Dockside Park. Learn more here .

Weir Tour, Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Site, Dobbs Ferry, NY
September 8: Meet at the Joseph Caputo Community Center & take a short walk to the Weir on the Double Arch Bridge. There you will descend into the original 1842 brick water tunnel and learn its history supplying water to a thirsty New York City. Find out more here .

Hudson River Birding Ramble, Stony Point Battlefield State Historic Site, Stony Point, NY
September 8: Fall Migratory birds. Join Rockland Audubon Society’s Della and Alan Wells as they explore the diverse bird habitats of Stony Point. Bring binoculars! Learn more here .

Hawk Migration Watch at Thacher Overlook Park, Voorheesville, NY
September 8: Thacher Park Overlook is a great place to watch for hawks flying south during their fall migration. Hawk Watch leader Will Aubrey will be on hand to answer questions, provide background material, compile statistics, and assist with hawk identification. Find out more here .

Kayaking with Ashley, Schodack Island State Park, Schodack Landing, NY
September 8: Join Ashley for an intro-level paddling course on the Schodack Creek. Space is limited, pre-registration is required. Kayaks, life jackets, and paddles will be provided. Learn more here .

Farm Market Saturdays, John Jay Homestead State Historic Site, Katonah, NY
September 8, 15, 22, 29: Purchase locally produced, healthy food and support local, sustainable agriculture. This weekly market also offers musical entertainment, featured community organizations, demonstrations and workshops. Read more here .

Habitat & Water Assessment for Land-Use Planning Short Course, New Paltz, NY
September 14-15: This two-day intensive course is designed to teach municipal officials, planners, and land trust staff about land use approaches and opportunities to proactively conserve important natural areas. Find out more here .

Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst, Tarrytown, NY
September 14, 15, 16: Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst, showcases over 275 modern American makers, artists, designers and craftspeople from across the country and is a celebration of all things handmade. Learn more here .

Lighthouse Day: The Civil War Era, Stony Point Battlefield State Historic Site, Stony Point, NY
September 15: Come learn about life in the period of the American Civil War and hear the story of the Stony Point Lighthouse, the Hudson River's oldest beacon and its protection of the maritime trade. Find out more here .

Dutch Heritage Day, Albany Rural Cemetery, Albany, NY
September 15: Founded in 1841 and covering 467 acres, the Albany Rural Cemetery has many unique ties to the Capital Region’s Dutch heritage. A walking tour will explorer these historic connections from 18th century headstones to Van Rensselaer Patroons and beyond. The Cemetery’s 1884 Chapel will also be open with refreshments, displays, and more. Learn more here .

Guided Nature Walk, Schodack Island State Park, Schodack Landing, NY
September 15, 22: Meet at the Main Comfort Station. Join a Park Naturalist for a leisurely walk on the Park's trails. Dress for the weather and wear appropriate footwear. Read more here .

Untermyer Park and Gardens Tour, Yonkers, NY
September 17: Tour the 2018 WMPF Annual Award Winning Project, Untermyer Park & Gardens. The Untermyer Gardens Conservancy is operating under a public-private partnership with the City of Yonkers to restore this historic City-owned park, originally built in 1917 as the private garden of Samuel Untermyer. The Conservancy was established in 2011 and has restored many of the gardens back to life, and has gained national fame. More info here .

Walkway at Night: MOONWALK, Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park, Highland, NY
September 21: Enjoy breathtaking twilight views from 212 feet above the Hudson River. View the night sky with telescopes provided by the Mid-Hudson Astronomical Association. Find out more here .

In their Own Words: The Battle for Fort Montgomery, Fort Montgomery, NY
September 22: Come for a unique, extended tour of one of the Hudson Valley's most dramatic battle sites! Drawing mainly on 1st hand accounts and archaeological data, this ramble will bring to life the Revolutionary War attack on Fort Montgomery using the words of the soldiers who were there and what they left behind. Learn more here .

Roe Jan Ramble Bike Tour, Copake, NY
September 22: A non-competitive ride through the picturesque country hills of the Roe Jan area towns of Copake, Hillsdale and Ancram, NY, along the Taconic Mountains bordering Massachusetts. Choose from 5 routes of 10, 8, 25, 35 & 50 miles (from easy to challenging) on lightly traveled country roads & portions of the Harlem Valley Rail Trail. Read mor e here .

Sunrise Stroll, Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park, Highland, NY
September 23: The early bird gets the view! Join your fellow early risers to celebrate the first Sunday of Spring and Fall with a Sunrise Stroll on the Walkway. Enjoy the sunrise and Walkway’s spectacular views of the Hudson River Valley. The east and west gates to the Walkway will open at 6:30 AM. Learn more here .

Bicyclists Bring Business Workshop, Waterford Harbor Visitor's Center, Waterford, NY
September 24: After light refreshments, presentations and discussion will provide background on bicycle tourism on the Erie and Champlain Canalway Trails, update attendees on the Capital Region's growing cycling network and future connections to the Empire State Trail, and offer ideas for creating premier cycling destinations in the Capital Region and Champlain Canal corridor. Find more here .

Margaritas for Mockingbirds, Bedford, NY
September 24 : Community members are invited to join for this special celebration of our work in studying, protecting and connecting people to nature. The evening will include house-made hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and dessert. Read more here .

Community Bike-a-Round, Peebles Island State Park, Waterford, NY
September 25: Join Parks & Trails New York and the New York State Canal Corporation as we hit the trail to Waterford and Cohoes for the annual Bicyclists Bring Business Workshop and Community Bike-A-Round. We'll bring together cyclists, elected officials, tourism pros, and business owners from throughout the Capital Region to discuss how the area can further develop as cycling and outdoor recreation destination. Find more here .

Fall Fest, Schodack Island State Park, Schodack Landing, NY
September 29: Come to the Park for our Annual Fall Fest. Kids activities, music, and a cook-out with Schodack Landing Fire Company. Find out more here .

Skywalk Arts Festival, Rip Van Winkle Bridge, Catskill, NY
September 30: Celebrate the art of the Hudson Valley and the Hudson River Skywalk pedestrian crossing, which will eventually connect the homes of master painters Thomas Cole and Frederic Church. Come to the park next to the Rip Van Winkle Bridge’s toll plaza in Catskill to view and buy artwork, observe plein air painters along the Skywalk, participate in hands-on art lessons, and hear live music, all in a beautiful setting overlooking the Hudson. Learn more here .
Heritage Spotlight: John Burroughs' Slabsides
In 1895, naturalist John Burroughs built this rustic cabin sheathed in slabs, the bark-covered outer pieces of logs, as a retreat away from his Hudson River-fronted house a mile and a half away. It was here that the pioneering nature writer created some of his best-known essays, which eventually filled 25 books and had a profound impact on both literature and the nascent environmental movement. After his death in 1921, the cabin and surrounding land were conveyed to the non-profit John Burroughs Association. Over four miles of hiking trails wind throughout the dramatic rocky cliffs and pristine woods. The one-room cabin, which includes Adirondack-style furniture Burroughs crafted from wood he found nearby and his personal possessions, appears as it did when he welcomed such guests as Theodore Roosevelt, John Muir, Henry Ford, and Thomas Edison. For the 19th Annual Hudson River Valley Ramble the John Burrough's Association will be hosting their Migrating Birds at John Burrough's Slabsides event, which will be on September 8th at 8:00 a.m. You can read more about this site in a recent article it was featured in here .
Project Spotlight: Henry Knox Cannon Trail Plaque at Crown Point
Through the efforts of the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area, a new replica of the bronze relief plaque was placed on a stone monument of the same dimensions as the original stone in Crown Point, including being from the same quarry. The Henry Knox Cannon Trail follows the route that Colonel Henry Knox used to transport 59 cannons from Crown Point and Fort Ticonderoga to Cambridge, Massachusetts, in the winter of 1775-76. Fifty-six monuments were installed along the route in 1927 to commemorate the arduous 56-day journey. The Crown Point plaque was left out of the original route in 1926, but historical evidence supports its inclusion in the trail. Thirty of the granite monuments and bronze plaques mark the route in New York from Fort Ticonderoga to the Massachusetts border near Hillsdale. Starting near Great Barrington, 26 monuments mark the trail in Massachusetts. The installation of these monuments represents one of the earliest heritage trails created in the United States.
Green Tip of the Month: Plant a Tree
In North America, fruits and vegetables travel an average of 1,500 miles before reaching your plate. Buying fresh, local food eliminates long distances traveled and preserves flavor and nutrients. Learn more here .
Grant and Funding Opportunities

Hudson River Valley Greenway Grant Program
Matching grants available for Greenway Communities and Greenway Compact Communities. Deadline: October 12, 2018 . More  here .

National Heritage Area Sponsorship's Available
The Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area (HRVNHA) will partner with various organizations to sponsor programs and events that reinforce the Heritage Area’s mission. While complementing the mission of the Heritage Area, cultural, heritage and recreational events deliver significant tourism and economic benefits to communities, and encourage local and regional partnerships. Municipalities and nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations located within the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area are eligible to apply. For more information, please contact Dan Jeanson at or 518-473-3835.

Teaching the Hudson Valley Explore Awards
These matching grants are intended to create opportunities for students to explore the history, environment, and culture of the Hudson River Valley, connecting their studies to signifi cant places. They encourage students’ appreciation for and stewardship of their communities and cultures, and connect teachers with site educators and place-based learning. Eligible expenses include transportation and admission fees to eligible Hudson Valley locations for school groups. Read more here .

Water Infrastructure Grant Program
The Clean Water Infrastructure Act of 2017 invests $2.5 billion in clean and drinking water infrastructure projects and water quality protection across New York. It provides at least $1 billion for the New York State Water Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2017 (WIIA), which authorizes the New York S tate Environmental Facilities Corporation (EFC) to provide grants to assist municipalities in funding water quality infrastructure. WIIA grants are available for both drinking water and sewage treatment works (clean water) projects. Deadline: September 7, 2018 . Read more here .

Technical Assistance Grants (TAG)
A signature grant program of the  New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA)  and the Preservation League of New York State, made possible with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Grants of up to $3,000, with a required $500 match from each applicant, are available to non-profit groups and municipalities that manage historic sites, museums, arts facilities and other important institutions that serve an arts or cultural purpose and are open to the public. Deadline: September 18, 2018 . Learn more here .

Summer Stipends
Summer Stipends support individuals pursuing advanced research that is of value to humanities scholars, general audiences, or both. Eligible projects usually result in articles, monographs, books, digital materials and publications, archaeological site reports, translations, or editions. Projects must incorporate analysis and not result solely in the collection of data. Summer Stipends support continuous full-time work on a humanities project for a period of two consecutive months. Summer Stipends support projects at any stage of development. NEH funds may support recipients’ compensation, travel, and other costs related to the proposed scholarly research. Summer Stipends are awarded to individual scholars. Organizations are not eligible to apply. Deadline: September 26, 2018 . Find out more here .

Every Day Event Grants
The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF), with major funding support from Toyota, is offering $100,000 in mini-grants to support restoration and/or resilience-focused volunteer events on public lands. Awarded grantees will be expected to lead service events that either restore public lands and/or make those lands more resilient to future natural disasters. Grant-funded activities will mobilize community volunteers and educate participants about their role in protecting the long-term sustainability of their local public lands. Through these grants, NEEF will help: 1) restore public lands; 2) make lands more resilient to future threats; and 3) educate and engage the general public on practices they can apply to mitigate the impact of natural disasters. Deadline: September 28, 2018 . Learn more here .

Lake Champlain Basin Grant Program
The Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership (CVNHP) seeks proposals for projects to protect, restore, interpret, and showcase the historical resources and cultural heritage of the Champlain Valley. Proposals will only be accepted for Saratoga and Washington County projects.The CVNHP anticipates awarding over $100,000 across four grant categories:
- Conservation & Community Grants   of up to $7,500 will showcase and interpret the Conservation & Community theme of the CVNHP Management Plan.
- Local Heritage Grants   of up to $4,000 will involve youth and students in the research and discovery of the cultural or natural heritage associated with their community, the creation of new artistic expressions, or interpretation of those topics utilizing fresh perspectives or new technologies. In addition to the $4,000 grants, the CVNHP may provide grants of up to $7,500 for organizations that focus on multiple communities, rather than a single community.
- Collections Grants  of up to $9,000 will inventory, conserve and interpret museum and library collections. Projects retrofitting historic museum or library buildings with UV or climate control technology also will be eligible for funding.
- Internship Grants   of up to $5,000 will support professional internships that provide experience in historical or natural interpretation or artifact curation, cataloging, and display, with exposure to general museum or historic site management.
Proposals due by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, October 1, 2018 . More info here .

Ann and Abe Effron Donor Advised Fund Grants
The Community Foundations exist to enhance the quality of life for all citizens in the Greater Hudson Valley, now and for generations to come. We work with anyone who wishes to ensure and improve the quality of life in Dutchess, Ulster and Putnam counties. We support a broad and diverse range of issue areas including the arts, education, community development, conservation, health, and human services. Our grant-making is local, Hudson Valley-wide and national in scope. Representing thousands of donors through more than 500 separate funds that make up its endowment, your Foundation encourages a sense of community by channeling much-needed resources to area organizations. The Foundations provide superior donor servic es, awards grants and scholarships, ensures sustainability of philanthropic resources and serves as a leader, catalyst, and resource to positively impact our community. The Foundation practices and encourages diversity, equity, and inclusiveness as fundamental values of community life. Deadline: October 15, 2018 . Read more here .
Ben & Jerry's Foundation Grants
The Grassroots Organizing for Social Change Program offers general or project support to non-profit organizations throughout the United States and is our most competitive grant program. We make one-year grants for up to $25,000, to organizations with budgets under $500,000. Only organizations with 501(c)3 status, or who have a fiscal agent with this status are eligible to apply. While our broad goals are to further social and environmental justice and support sustainable and just food systems, we focus on the types of activities and strategies an organization uses for creating social change rather than on the specific issues the organization is addressing. Pre-application deadline: October 15, 2018 . Learn more here .

Conservation Alliance Grant Program
The Conservation Alliance seeks to protect threatened wild places throughout North America for their habitat and recreational values. As a group of outdoor companies, we recognize our responsibility to help protect the wild lands and waterways on which our customers recreate and wildlife thrives. We make grants to registered 501(c)(3) organizations whose work meets  each  of the following criteria:

1) The project should seek to secure lasting and quantifiable protection of a specific wild land or waterway. We prioritize landscape-scale projects that have a clear benefit for habitat.
2) The campaign should engage grassroots citizen action in support of the conservation effort. We do not fund general education, restoration, stewardship, or scientific research projects.
3) All projects must have a clear recreational benefit.
4) The project should have a good chance of final success within four years.

The Conservation Alliance also welcomes  Public Lands Defense Fund  proposals from organizations for campaigns that:

1) Seek to preserve and defend the integrity of our public lands system. 
2) These defensive projects should focus on any attempt by Congress to undermine our public lands and the laws that support them.

Deadline: November 1, 2018 . Learn more about Conservation Alliance's Grant Program here .

Every Day Capacity Building Grants
Every Day Capacity Building Grants provide Friends Groups with grant funds of up to $5,000 to help build their organizational capacity to serve public lands.With stretched budgets and limited staff, land managers at federal, state, and local public lands need all the help they can get. That help often comes from Friends Groups, nonprofit organizations whose missions focus on serving our nation's public land sites, and the improvement and responsible use of those sites. The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF), with generous support from Toyota, seeks to strengthen these organizations and unleash their potential to serve their public lands. NEEF's Every Day Capacity Building Grants contribute to the conservation and stewardship of our public lands by funding projects that build the organizational capacity of Friends Groups. Find out more here .

Emergency/Intervention Funding
Intervention funding from the National Trust is awarded in emergency situations when immediate and unanticipated work is needed to save a historic structure, such as when a fire or other natural disaster strikes. Funding is restricted to nonprofit organizations and public agencies. Emergency grants typically range from $1,000 to $5,000, but unlike the majority of our grant funding, a cash match is not required for intervention projects. Read more about the process for intervention grants   here . Then  contact us   if you believe your project qualifies for this type of funding. Please note: our emergency funding is very limited. 

Connect Kids to Parks Field Trip Grant Program
The Connect Kids to Parks Field Trip Grant Program (Connect Kids) is a field trip refund grant program connecting New York schoolchildren with nature and New York State history. Connect Kids will refund up to $1,000 of the field trip costs for visits to a New York State Park, Nature Center, or Historic Site, or a Department of Environmental Conservation Environmental Education Center, fish hatchery, or selected DEC sites. Grants are available on a first come, first served basis. Find out more here .

Peter H. Brink Leadership Fund
Only Organizational Level Forum members or Main Street America members of the National Trust are eligible to apply for funding from the Peter H. Brink Leadership Fund grant program. The Peter H. Brink Leadership Fund helps to build the capacity of existing preservation organizations and encourages collaboration among these organizations by providing grants for mentoring and other peer-to-peer and direct organizational development and learning opportunities. The purpose of these grants is to support the leadership and effectiveness of staff and board members of preservation organizations to fulfill their mission and to create a stronger, more effective preservation movement. By linking organizations with specific skills/programs to those seeking to develop similar abilities, the Peter H. Brink Leadership Fund promotes individualized mentoring and the sharing of expertise. Read more here .

Humanities New York Grants
Quick Grants  of $500 are now available for in-person public humanities program​s​. These matching grants are ​intended for small and volunteer-run organizations. Proposals ​will be accepted on a rolling basis while funds last.

Vision Grants : Seed funding for project development of up to $1,500 in support of brainstorming, researching, and professional development for organizations working collaboratively to develop new ideas and program strategies. Proposals ​will be accepted on a rolling basis while funds last . These grants aim to:
  • Support emerging and established partnerships between different groups on a shared project that may develop into public-facing activities.
  • Infuse program design with humanities themes and methodologies from the start.
  • Encourage experimentation in program design.
  • Build community input into program design.

Action Grants Humanities New York offers three Action Grant rounds per year. The next deadline is  October 1st, 2018 . Matching funds for project implementation up to $5,000 to produce public-facing humanities projects that encourage audiences to reflect on their values, explore new ideas, and engage with others across New York State. These grants require organizations to demonstrate a match of at least one-to-one. These grants aim to:
  • Connect audiences more deeply to the communities where they live and work.
  • Solidify community partnerships and diversify audiences.
  • Creatively employ the tools of the humanities to respond to issues and ideas capturing the imagination and passion of New Yorkers today.

Learn more about Humanities New York's Grant Programs here .

New York State Assembly Grants Action News 
State, federal, and private grant information from the New York State Assembly. More  here .