Oswego County Environmental Management Council
The Oswego County Environmental Management Council is a volunteer board, authorized for up to 15 members, established in 1971 by New York State Environmental Conservation Law and Resolution 86 of the Oswego County Legislature. Members are appointed by the Chairperson of the County Legislature.
The New York State Environmental Conservation Law defines the EMC's primary mission as to serve as a review and advisory board to local and state government on matters affecting the protection, conservation, preservation and proper management of the natural resources of Oswego County. As such, the EMC is dedicated to understanding and promoting the wise use and development of Oswego County's natural resources while conserving the environment for the protection of all the people.Links: