One way to help NYS get to 70% renewable energy is by purchasing your electric supply from sources like solar, wind, and hydroelectric.
For most of us, with the exception of roadkill, an animal sighting is a thrilling event!
So, here’s an idea; if all of Gardiner stops mowing for six weeks after the 4th of July each year, Pine Bush may suddenly have a cicada killer problem.
It was brought to our attention that the article Progress on Tillson Lake in the Summer issue of 2019 may have presented only one facet of a multi-faceted issue.
A summary of recent issues regarding local wetlands, New York’s Green New Deal, New York’s Plastic Bag Ban and the Natural Resource Inventory.
There are lots of things we can do to help the region go green.
A lot of people ask me what I do. I say I’m going to school to be a farrier.
My approach to landscaping is most kindly described as haphazard. This’s why my property looks something like Brer Rabbit’s briar patch.
What does Greenland have in common with Gardiner? Hint: It has something to do with the kayak.
When our first Home Energy Report arrived in the mail I was shocked. It showed that we were using 16% more energy than our neighbors!