One division in DEC may be the key to rebuilding the badly damaged department

If we might envision the NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation as a huge barrel filled with everything that could be remotely considered of true importance to our outdoor world, be it air, water, land, forest, wildlife and, oh yes, people. Now imagine what has happened to that barrel since our state has basically gone broke. Once high prioritized programs were let sink farther down as budgets, personnel and the ability to implement them no longer existed or were sufficient to be effective.




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