While property owners often wish to remove all rough shrubbery, view-blocking trees, dead limbs, logs, and wet moss and dirt, it is actually these types of substances that feed a healthy ecology and what makes Gardiner naturally beautiful.
Ten years ago, in the winter of 2009, The Gardiner Gazette published its first issue.
My mission—if I chose to accept it—was to find out how a Gardiner resident gets a blind driveway, deaf child, school bus stop, or other caution sign placed on a local road.
Recently I sat down with Roberta Schwarz and Donna Petereit to discuss their recent business venture: wine jelly.
There is much to admire at Ron Schaefer’s gallery in Tuthilltown: finely-painted landscapes, fiery industrial scenes and classic still lifes.
Did you know that we have a serious problem of inactivity in our culture and it is literally killing us?
Many Gardiner homeowners are eligible for exemptions on a portion of their real property taxes.
This quarter, The Gazette received updates from the following Boards and Committees.
Paula Kucera and her husband David own the former Shaefer farm where they’ve opened a wool shop in the large white barn that had once been used for cows. She called it White Barn Sheep and Wool.
Does it not give Gardiner residents a sense of pride to see its local businesses recognized for excellence? Yes indeed, and every Spring, Hudson Valley Magazine’s annual “Best of Hudson Valley®” (BOHV) starts up again with a new season of excitement.
Whitecliff is an award-winning winery and vineyard owned by Michael Migliore and Yancey Stanforth-Migliore and has one of the largest vineyards in the Hudson Valley.
Dick Decker had it set up so he could move the cows into the milking parlor, milk them, and move them out again without help.
The Gazette was deeply sadened to hear of the passing of long-time resident Bart Colucci last November.
We all know that deer carry the ticks that spread Lyme Disease, but mice are carriers, too. Used properly, tick tubes are said to reduce the risk of exposure to an infected tick by up to 97 percent.
The Gardiner Day Committee will be hosting its annual Women Helping Women Dance to benefit the Washbourne House, a local women’s domestic violence shelter, on Friday, April 26 from 7-11pm at the VFW on Route 208 in New Paltz.