The Wallkill Valley Land Trust works with the community to preserve the rural character, the unique sense of place of each of our eight towns—including Gardiner, its hamlets and the outlying areas.
Something wonderful is always happening in Gardiner.
Faith, hope, optimism and a dream are what we are made of. There are incredible entrepreneurs in Gardiner relying on all of it.
Once again, on April 24, women will turn out for a good cause and dance the night away.
Could someone with a pressured life and modest income adjust to buying local?
Riders are always looking for riding buddies.
The UCOFA is here to help county residents through a variety of programs which support and empower the elderly and their families.
Uptown Attic is a women’s and children’s consignment shop owned by Montgomery resident Jodi Whitehead.
The Bistro combines a down home prettiness and cleanliness with the practicalities and necessities of an outpost oasis.
Community residents meet to learn about wildfire protection planning.
A library is one of those special places that build a sense of community and belonging for our children.
The Mohonk weather station provides a unique record of weather conditions.
Those strands of wisdom are worth teaching and passing on.
The Gardiner Reformed Church has a wonderful youth group.