Otsego County Conservation Association will be the beneficiary of Well Spent Wednesday on March 22 at Alex’s Bistro in Cooperstown.
Well Spent Wednesday is a regular event hosted at Alex’s Bistro. Patrons who mention they are supporting OCCA will have 15% of their bill donated to OCCA, assisting the organization in carrying out its mission of promoting the appreciation and sustainable use of Otsego County’s natural resources.
“With all the attention being focused on national issues, it’s important for people to remember the local organizations working on their behalf,” said Leslie Orzetti, OCCA’s executive director.
OCCA conducts a broad spectrum of environmental programs. New this year is the Be Informed! Lecture Series, Get the Kids Out family adventure hikes series, and a citizen science water quality monitoring program. Past efforts have included halting a project that would have doubled the width of the Marcy South power line, and partnering with several organizations and municipalities to expand invasive species prevention efforts on Canadarago and Otsego lakes.
“We’re very grateful to Alex for hosting us,” Orzetti said. “We’ll have staff and board members on hand throughout the day to talk about our programs and activities. We hope to see a lot of people!”
Well Spent Wednesday to benefit OCCA will take place on Wednesday, March 22 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Alex’s Bistro is located at 149 Main Street, Cooperstown.
Founded in 1968, OCCA is a private, non-profit membership group dedicated to promoting the appreciation and sustainable use of Otsego County’s natural resources through education, advocacy, resource management, research, planning, and practice. For more information on OCCA, or to donate, visit www.occainfo.org