Under the direction of the DEC, volunteers planted 300 trees along the Wallkill River at the recently opened Riverbend Trails at Gardiner Park.
The Gardiner Library has begun the pivotal work of obtaining its Sustainable Library Initiative Certification (SLI).
Potential funding for improvements to sections of the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail in Gardiner has been proposed by County Executive Pat Ryan.
When the Ice Age ended, glaciers receded, exposing the crevasses left behind. The meltwaters within chiseled further downward, carving the protective corridor of the Palmaghatt Stream.
My old dog Jasmine spied a warty brown toad. Her nose touched his back-that nose wet and cold!
Gardiner’s first Arbor Day celebration was held on Saturday, April 24th at Majestic Park, and about 75 people attended.
It’s hard to disagree that one of Gardiner’s greatest assets is its idyllic setting.
The town of Gardiner is exploring joining the Hudson Valley Community Power program to bring easy, clean electricity buying options to community members.
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.
Over a year into the pandemic, a really tough winter, social isolation and being cooped up, has most of us climbing the walls. It just may be the time to plan for some Spring “Forest Bathing.”