Summer Employment Opportunities!
—Camp Medical Director—
Are you a health professional interested in serving the area’s youth while helping a local non-profit achieve its mission? Do you believe in the benefits of exercise and activity outside, in a natural setting for young people? If so, you could be the Waterman Conservation Education Center’s next Camp Medical Director!
For 43 years, the Waterman Center has provided environmental education and outdoor recreation opportunities to the residents of Broome and Tioga counties. Our mission is to promote environmental literacy while encouraging people to get outside and enjoy our natural areas.
For over 20 years we’ve offered a youth recreation day camp during the summer for children between the ages of 6 and 11 which includes games, hikes, crafts, and other activities. This year camp will run between June 28th and August 20th from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM.
The Camp Medical Director must be a NYS certified Paramedic, LPN RN, PA or MD. This may be a full or part time volunteer position ideal for school nurses or medic....to see more, click here
-Camp Environmental Educator-
Fred L. Waterman Conservation Education Center has provided environmental education and outdoor recreation opportunities to the residents of Broome and Tioga counties for over 40 years. Our mission is to promote environmental literacy while encouraging people to get outside and enjoy our natural areas. For over 20 years we’ve offered a youth recreation day camp during the summer for children between the ages of 6 and 11 which includes games, hikes, crafts, and other activities. This year camp will run between June 28th until August 6th from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM. The Waterman Center is a proud partner agency of the United Way of Tioga County.
Report to, and work closely with, the Camp Director. Environmental Educators are responsible for implementing and helping to execute a dynamic, high quality ...to see more, click here
The invasive insect Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA) has infested our Hemlock trees. A heavy HWA infestation can kill a hemlock tree in as little as 2 years.
In addition to their aesthetic beauty and benefits for wildlife, Hemlocks serve a critical role in erosion control on the steep slopes of our trails. For that reason, we have selected 100 of the most important trees for a chemical treatment to protect them from HWA. The selected trees are tagged with an orange ribbon and will be treated in April.
This treatment will cost approximately $3,000 and is not covered in our operating budget for 2021.
We encourage you to consider a donation to help us cover this cost.
Donations can be made at the Interpretive Center office during regular business hours via check, cash, or credit card.
Or donation can be made online: www.watermancenter.org. Please designate “Hilton HWA” on your donation.
Waterman's main site on Hilton Road houses an interpretive center with a museum, live animal residents, a reference library, gift shop, educational displays and classroom space, all of which are open to the public.
M-F 9am -4pm
Sat 10am - 4pm
Open dawn to dusk daily
or by email:
Your generous support helps fund programming, care for our display animals and so much more!
The mission of Waterman Conservation Education Center is to promote conservation education and environmental literacy. We serve our members, the citizens of the Twin Tiers of New York State and Pennsylvania, and all visitors to our wildlife refuge system.
150 Robinson Hill Road
From 17 West take the exit 70 N and turn left at the light. Continue on Harry L. Drive west. Harry L. Drive turns into Watson Blvd 1.0 miles. Take Watson Blvd .09 miles then turn right onto Country Club Road. Turn right onto Robinson Hill Road. The entrance to The Glen is about 1.2 miles up Robinson Hill Road on the right-hand side.
From 17 East, take the exit 70 N and turn left at the light. Continue on Harry L. Drive west. Harry L. Drive turns into Watson Blvd 1.0 miles. Take Watson Blvd .09 miles then turn right onto Country Club Road. Turn right onto Robinson Hill Road.
Pettus Hill Nature Preserve
Travelling Eastbound on Route 17 from Binghamton, Take Exit 77, West Windsor.
Turn right at the end of the ramp, drive about 100 yards and make a left turn on Fox Farm Road.
Go .5 miles and turn right on Roberts Road Go .4 miles and turn right on Abbey Road.
Go .6 miles and bear left at the “Y” intersection. Go .1 miles to where the road crosses the power line right-of-way. Turn left and drive about 50 yards along the right-of-way to the parking area along the fence. The chain on the entry gate is loose enough to admit pedestrians, but not vehicles.