For the week of December 27, 2021 – Daily Freeman

Andy Mossey (Provided)

Andy Mossey will become the new Executive Director of the Woodstock Land Conservancy on January 1.

Mossey, who succeeds Maxanne Resnick, joins conservation after seven years working in the non-profit conservation sector, where he focused on stewardship, conservation and community.

Mossey’s career orientation has focused on stewardship and conservation issues across the country and more locally, in the Catskill Forest Reserve.

Mossey holds a Bachelor of Science in Expeditionary Studies from SUNY Plattsburgh. Initially working for the national organization Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, Mossey and his wife Stephanie visited and worked in forty-six states across the country. Both returned to Ulster County to work on management solutions for the Peekamoose Blue Hole. His work at the Catskill Center has significantly expanded his now widely recognized Catskill Stewards program. He expanded the program from two stewards at one site in 2018 to eight stewards today at four busy Catskills sites.

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Rosa hoag

Rhinebeck Bank has promoted Rosa Hoag to Assistant Vice President, responsible for treasury management relations. It will cover the Bank’s Southern Dutchess County and Orange County markets.

A banking veteran for more than 30 years, Hoag previously served as branch manager at Rhinebeck Bank’s Red Hook site since August 2016. In her new role, she will provide business clients with the full range of banking services to clients. business and cash management, including Business Online. Remote banking, deposit capture and credit card processing.

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