The problem is that soft, fluffy toilet paper (and paper towels, etc.) can’t be achieved if even a tiny amount of recycled paper is used in its production, so mature trees are being cut down in large numbers to make it.
Bees are vital pollinators and an unseen link in the health of our ecosystem. The decline of bees means eating local honey, and maybe keeping some backyard bees, could be one of the healthiest things a family can do for the planet.
Riders are always looking for riding buddies.
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.
Climate Smart Gardiner (CSG) has been aiming to make sustainable, environmentally-friendly changes to the area since its inception early in 2018.
Losing Tillson Lake would mean the loss of a peaceful Shawangunk foothills lake used by visitors and residents.
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Invasive plants are an ongoing threat to the Gardiner community in many ways. So what is to be done, now that they’re here? The answer: manage and destroy through vigilance and action.
The White Flowering Dogwood is considered to be the best ornamental of all trees.