In May of this year, the Hudson River Estuary Program awarded a major grant of $36,000 to the Gardiner Environmental Commission (ECC) and the Town of Gardiner.
What do you do if you are a farmer concerned about your crops and the disappearance of honeybees, known as Colony Collapse Disorder, or CCD?
We have been warned of an impending climate crisis for the past 25 years, with the vast majority of climatologists attributing this to the increased burning of fossil fuels to run our increasingly complex society.
In my conversations around town, I’ve been surprised to find out how few people know about the Shawangunk Grasslands National Wildlife Refuge.
Is it possible you have wood turtles as neighbors?
Who wouldn’t love a robotic vacuum cleaner that would remove ticks from the lawn? An organic Roomba! Apparently, that is just what Guinea fowl are touted to be.
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.
Thanks to community support and strong vocal opposition to draining, Tillson Lake, the Palisades Interstate Parks Commission (PIPC) and the New York State Office of Parks agreed to do a new study on the cost of upgrading the dam, including a fresh look at the dam’s classification as “High Hazard.”
This May could be a good year for morels because of higher than average precipitation over the last year.
In March, Climate Smart Gardiner hosted its first Go Green Expo at the Firehouse.