Sandy Levy has been an art and antiquities dealer since he was a teenager with long hair, which means that he has been in the trade for over 50 years.
Chris Vultaggio had been wanting to convert much of his lawn into meadow for several years, but didn’t know where to start.
Hunting season is upon us, and multiple gunshots are being heard, a big issue for many in Gardiner.
Construction has been going on for several months at Robibero Family Vineyards on Albany Post Road and the intention is to expand the storage and wine-making capacity of the property.
Gardiner residents now have the opportunity to participate in an important movement to save local pollinators while at the same time beautifying their yards and gardens.
Wineries, distilleries, breweries, liquor stores, along with delis and supermarkets, have remained open for business, albeit with restrictions, through the New York PAUSE.
The word is out that members of the Millenial generation are revitalizing small towns around the country. It may well be time for this generation to bring Gardiner to life by taking over the Village Market.
In 2018, Brent and Carrie Wasser moved to Gardiner and began Willow Pond Sheep Farm. They are both committed to raising their sheep humanely and responsibly, as well as to respectfully dealing with the environment.
We can all help restore our river so that it is once again safe for swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and other water activities, as well as make it safe again to fish.
The Wallkill Valley Land Trust (WVLT) is hosting its 9th annual Houses on the Land historic house tour.