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  Newfoundland Kitchen Party at the Rock Valley Schoolhouse ROCK VALLEY, NY — On Sunday, June 26, Andrea and Jay’s Newfoundland Kitchen Party will perform at the Rock Valley … more
Monument acknowledges Native American wars MATAMORAS, PA — A new monument, commemorating the Native American wars in the United States, will be dedicated at Veterans Memorial Park and … more
As spring quickly moves along, Bucky, one of the mixed-breed goats at our farm, is thoroughly excited for more outside playtime in the sunshine. During the winter, Bucky tends to become more … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — When the New York City Council passed a law banning the sale of foie gras, it knew the law could have a major impact on foie gras production. That was the point for … more
In New York: Bethel Woods Center for the Arts 845/583-2000; 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel, NY About: “Located 90 miles from New York City in Bethel, NY, our lush … more
For decades, summer has been the time when the region comes alive. What that life looks like has changed in some ways. The music has changed; there’s more theatre. Fewer canoes and more … more
A walk to nurture equality and healing PORT JERVIS, NY — Students, public officials and advocates for racial justice will dedicate a New York State historic marker on Thursday, June 2 at … more
I don’t know much about astrology, astronomy, Roman mythology, planetary alignments or chemical elements, but Mercury, in one form or another, seems to be ruling the day. During my years in … more
It’s that time once again to start thinking about the Census of Agriculture. Every five years, the United States Department of Agriculture sends out a survey to all ag producers, asking for information about their operations. more
Living history, music, exhibits at Civil War encampment MILFORD, PA — The Columns Museum will host the 11th annual Civil War encampment from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 21. This year, … more
While spring is most certainly sprung and the most recent snowstorm officially melted away into the land of blissful ignorance, I can’t help but feel like I’m still playing a lot of … more
Prices paid to dairy farmers have finally reached nearly $25 per cwt. (hundred pounds of milk) and the Class I price in Federal Order One for April’s milk reached $27.63 per cwt., which is … more
Rural & Migrant Ministry, Inc. (RMM) commends the New York State government for taking steps to ensure that the labor rights of farmworkers are protected. The recently adopted state budget … more
Raising pastured pigs on small acreage MIDDLETOWN, NY — Pigs don’t sweat, and neither should you when you’ve decided to pasture-raise pigs. Join All Family Farm and Cornell … more
Scout museum hosts photo show BEAR MOUNTAIN, NY — Before Narrowsburg’s famed Ten Mile River Scout camp opened, there were the Kanohwahke Scout camps. Nearly 75 people at the Bear … more
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Narrowsburg, NY is very community-minded. Civic pride abounds. There’s always something to do. Smart citizens plan ahead, so with that in mind get out your calendars and make sure to protect … more
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LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — “Oh, I was always interested in bees,” said Art Riegal. “I saw the beekeepers in their white hooded suits and gloves. To a nine-year-old they looked like … more
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