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Mission Statement

The Mission of the Stony Kill Foundation, Inc. is to develop environmental, educational and historical interpretive and outdoor recreation programs and events; provide paid and volunteer staffing; secure financial assistance; obtain community and government support; and maintain compliance with Stony Kill Farm’s deeded agricultural commitments.


The Stony Kill Foundation, Inc. was chartered in 1977 and is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. It has the responsibility of educating the public on various environmental and historical topics and maintains a working farm with livestock at the Stony Kill Farm Environmental Education Center, which is owned by the NYS Department of Conservation. The Foundation is financed through membership dues, program fees, fundraising events, donations from the public, grants, and general contributions. All donations are tax deductible. Members of the Foundation are also encouraged to become volunteers.



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Would you recommend Stony Kill Foundation, Inc.?

by Cecia J. from Poughkeepsie, NY (August 5, 2011)
This place is a jewel! We found it as we moved to the Hudson Valley a few years ago. Before learning about their volunteering programs, we first enrolled in their organic garden plot project; I guess we found it a very healthy experience that we decided to get more involved in other tasks little by little. I can say that we have learned so much from other volunteers as well as the people who make of this place a beautiful experience.