You can become a member today by filling out our Membership Form and mailing it back to us. Or select the Membership level you would like to join under at the bottom of the page and pay through PayPal. If you are already a member please pass the membership form along to someone who would benefit from the wonderful Feeder Canal and all the advantages of membership.
Your membership, donations and support all work towards projects big and small along the canal and trail. One of those projects includes the preservation of the historic coal silos on Maple Street in Hudson Falls. With funds from the New York State Canal Corporation, NYS Senator Betty Little’s office, NYS Office of Parks & Recreation, Sandy Hills Foundation, Leo Coxx Beach Philanthropic Foundation and the in kind contributions from the surrounding community the Feeder Canal Alliance was able to save an historic landmark for generations to come.
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Download our Become a Friend Form here.
Are you out on the trail? Do you care about environment and your community? Become a Trail Steward! Individuals, families, groups or organizations can adopt a section of the trail by visiting your section of the trail at least once a week from May to October. We ask that you pick up any litter or branches or twigs on the trail, report any damage or graffiti and act as a friendly ambassador on the trail.
Are you out paddling on the canal? Do you care about environment and your community? Become a Water Trail Steward! Individuals, families, groups or organizations can adopt a section of the canal by visiting your section of the canal at least once two times a month from May to October. We ask that you pick up any litter in the water, report any damage or graffiti and act as a friendly ambassador while out in the water or at our docks.
Volunteering in a win win situation! You can improve your mood and health by providing your own special skill set, gain professional experience you may lack, find news ways to grow and strengthen yourself and make a difference. The Feeder Canal Alliance is able to create and implement more programs, engage with more people in the community, conserve resources, and bring people of different backgrounds and skill sets (but all with a love of the Feeder Canal) together. All of this because you volunteered!
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Call us at (518) 792-5363
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