The staff and board of directors of Otsego County Conservation Association offer our heartfelt condolences to the members of our Otsego County family who have lost loved ones to or suffered from COVID-19. Though our region has been fortunate to see a small number of cases relative to other parts of the world, we take this disease seriously. The safety and health of our staff and all of our program participants is our top priority. Therefore, as we move forward with in-person programs in the coming weeks, we will adhere to current guidelines put forth by New York State. As of this publication, these are:
*Program size will be limited based on current state guidelines, staff included;
*All participants must wear a mask during the program;
*Participants must follow social distancing guidelines at all times; should a program be expected to require close contact among participants, this will be made clear in the program description
*Participants must pre-register in order to attend;
*All participants must provide OCCA with contact information (name, phone number, email) in order to participate.
We apologize for any inconvenience these rules may cause; please understand this is in the interests of protecting all of us. Please note these guidelines will change as the situation here changes. We will post these guidelines at occainfo.org and update them regularly. Thank you for respecting each other, and for being part of the OCCA family.