- Seneca Art & Culture Center
Events & Programs
- 2016 - 17 Programs & Events
- Canandaigua Treaty Event
- Art Coulson - Author Visit
- Under the Husk – Film
- Native American Winter Arts Show
- Native American Winter Games & Sports
- Tattoo Traditions of Turtle Island
- Living History - Exploring Haudenosaunee Art
- Iroquois White Corn Cooking Class
- An Evening of Southwest Music
- Breaking Bread - Building Bridges
- Native American Dance & Music Festival
- Identity Through Animal Tracking Workshop
- Beaded Strawberry Workshop
- Charlie's Old Goat Run
- Iroquois White Corn Project
Environmental Field Office
Office hours are M-F, 9-4:00
Please contact staff members to set appointments as work duties often call for staff to be away from the office.
Physical Location: 1488 Rt. 444, Victor NY 14564
Mailing Address: PO Box 239, Victor NY 14564
(Please use physical location for sending packages)
Phone: (585) 742-1732 and Fax: (585) 742-2353
Please call or email our office with questions!
The Environmental Field Office operates under the umbrella of FORCES and thereby runs their priorities parallel to FORCES ideals, with special attention to site/park-specific needs.
Friends of Recreation, Conservation and Environmental Stewardship (FORCES) was created by members of the New York Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP) in 2008 based on the belief that college students represent a underserved population, as well as an important opportunity to support the overall mission of ORPHP. Because current students are a key segment of the next generation of park visitors and environmental conservationists, it is vital to engage them now, building strong relationships that will last a lifetime. While many youth currently visit New York State parks for recreation and occasional volunteer efforts, FORCES leadership believes there is significant opportunity to increase participation and deepen engagement.
Since its founding in the Central and Finger Lakes Regions, FORCES has engaged hundreds of New York college students in volunteer projects of many types. Now with a proven concept, FORCES is poised to sharpen its focus, strengthen its offerings and expand to other New York regions
Engage New York college students to simultaneously improve OPRHP resources and enrich student academic, recreational and career opportunities.
PRIMARY PROGRAM GOALS
- Harness student expertise, volunteer and service efforts to create meaningful park and natural resource improvement projects and to enhance patron experience.
- Support and nurture the interest of college students in environmental conservation, recreation and historic preservation activities and careers.
- Increase awareness of, and engagement with New York State parks among college students and college communities.
How to Donate/Volunteer
Monetary donations can be made through the Friends of Ganondagan. Please be sure to specify that donations should go to the efforts of the Environmental Field Office.
Volunteer by coming to a scheduled volunteer event (listed on the events calendar) or contact Alexis VanWinkle (Alexis.VanWinkle@parks.ny.gov) to schedule group or individual volunteer times. Those who prefer to volunteer independently are welcome to do so after their first initial visit, where they can be trained and given volunteer forms.
Events listed on the Ganondagan ‘Events’ Page
Invasive Species Removal - 2016
6/16 - 8:30 - 10:30 am
6/23 - 5 - 7 pm
6/26 - 9 - 11 am
7/11 - 9 - 11 am
7/26 - 3 - 5 pm and 5 - 7 pm
8/1 - 5:30 - 7 pm
8/4 - 9 - 11 am
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