N.Y. Environmental Conservation Law Section 42-0101


“Partnership” shall mean the organization established as the Historic Hudson-Hoosic Rivers Partnership pursuant to § 42-0103 (The Historic Hudson-Hoosic Rivers Partnership)section 42-0103 of this article.


“Reserve” shall mean a region in which there is a combination of publicly and privately owned lands and land uses, within a defined area where there are traditional patterns including agriculture and open space, town settlement and economic activity, which due to their pattern and configuration, and because of the need for sustained productivity could best be protected, developed and managed through the development of a comprehensive stewardship plan addressing matters including, but not limited to, collaborative agriculture and open space protection, tourism development and revitalization of main streets, recreational development, and protection and interpretation of natural and cultural heritage.


“Historic Hudson-Hoosic Rivers area” or “area” shall mean the contiguous area in Saratoga, Washington and Rensselaer counties within the towns of Saratoga, Stillwater, Northumberland, Easton, Fort Edward, Waterford, Halfmoon, Greenwich, Schaghticoke, Hoosick, Moreau, White Creek, Cambridge, Kingsbury, Corinth and Pittstown; the villages of South Glens Falls, Cambridge, Hudson Falls, Valley Falls, Schaghticoke, Corinth and Hoosick Falls; and the city of Mechanicville.


“Historic Hudson-Hoosic Rivers fund” or “fund” shall be the fund established pursuant to § 42-0115 (Stewardship fund)section 42-0115 of this article.

Source: Section 42-0101 — Definitions, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/ENV/42-0101 (updated Sep. 25, 2015; accessed Dec. 2, 2023).

Dec. 2, 2023

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