Take a look at what's happening down at Seneca Nation Gakwi:yo:h Farms. Come visit the market, volunteer, or see how you can help support the program!
Seneca Nation Conservation - Fish & Wildlife recently released a young bald eagle along the Cattaraugus Creek after it was successfully rehabilitated at the Messinger Woods Wildlife Care and Education Center in Holland, NY.
Help save a life. Suicide is preventable. To inquire or register, call 716-532-5583 ext. 5573 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presented by the Environmental Health Unit. For more info contact Rosalind Ground at 716-945-5894 ext. 3359 or Ron Jamison at 716-532-8223 ext. 5296.
Create your own moccasins from pattern start to beaded finish! Preference given to those who have not participated in a moccasin class previously.
Presented by Child and Family Services. Any questions, call 716-532-4035.
The Seneca Nation Conservation - Fish & Wildlife department opened a 3D archery course on September 7th, 2019. The course is open to the public and will be hosting tournaments and classes in the future. For more details visit the Seneca Nation Conservation - Fish & Wildlife Facebook page or senecaconservation.com.