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Volunteers Cleaning Beach



Some of the work we conduct at Morgan Duke Conservation Society is detailed above, and the list may grow over time. Morgan Duke Conservation Society partners with numerous National Parks, State Parks, and other agencies to assist with whatever tasks they may require assistance with, and we value these partnerships.


The Morgan Duke Conservation Society plants trees in locations, including one in the Southeastern Adirondacks where a power company logged the forest for utility poles in the 1980s.

Vegetation Restoration

The Morgan Duke Conservation Society installs trees in areas where people would make shortcuts from trail markers and go off the trail, thus damaging the ground's vegetation.


The Morgan Duke Conservation Society has volunteers at various locations where we collaborate to prevent the accumulation of litter that could affect the environment and wildlife. Our volunteers also keep cans and bottles out of landfills by collecting them from New York trails and recycling them, with the deposits going to the redemption account of the Morgan Duke Conservation Society.

Wildlife Habitat

Volunteers from the Morgan Duke Conservation Society are installing birdhouses and duck nesting boxes in wildlife management areas and growing native grass types in fields for the benefit of wildlife species dependent on meadows.


New York

Hudson River Recreation Area

Catskills Park

Pochuck State Forest

Mount Peter Hawk Watch Trailway

Vernooy Kill State Forest

Mongaup Valley Wildlife Management Area

Crystal Lake Wild Forest

Great Swamp Wildlife Management Area

Bowman Lake State Park

Amagansett National Wildlife Refuge

Minnewaska State Park Preserve

Jones Beach State Park

Elizabeth Alexandra Morton
National Wildlife Refuge


Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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