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Emergency Management Office and Area Agency on Aging deliver COVID-19 vaccinations to homebound PIKE COUNTY, PA — Pike County’s Office of Emergency Management and Area Agency on Aging … more
I once had the responsibility of teaching health and nutrition to incoming students at Job Corps. This residential program run by the Department of Labor offers impoverished youth from ages 16 to 24 … more
ELDRED, NY — Concerns about short-term rentals and the future of the Barryville Farmers’ Market were clear March 9 during a public hearing on a proposed rewrite of the Town of Highland … more
Callicoon Farmers’ Market continues through winter season CALLICOON, NY — The Callicoon Farmers’ Market takes place every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Callicoon Creek Park, … more
We’ve all heard it bandied about: “Red sky at night, sailor’s delight; red sky at morning, sailors take warning,” but is there any validity to the old proverb? According to … more
REGION — It was a black-and-white world on Monday, January 4 after four to five inches of fluffy snow fell on the area overnight. This snowfall followed a light ice storm that coated trees and … more
HONESDALE, PA — “Ag is the culture of this region,” said Jenna Mauder of The Cooperage at the start of the local nonprofit’s virtual/in-person Farmer-to-Farmer gathering last … more
What's going on in the local land of food September 24 to 30 more
HONESDALE, PA — A great deal of the money Congress set aside for struggling dairy farmers has gone unclaimed, said Wayne County Commissioner Chairman Brian Smith at the board’s September … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — Queso fresco. Cotija. Oaxaca.  Hispanic cheeses like these could be a saving grace for struggling dairy farmers in Wayne County, according a recent study by Shepstone … more
REGION — Who remembers walking into the grocery store—say, in late March—and seeing empty shelves? Of course you remember. That’s an image we associate with developing … more
Why “again, again” you ask? I’ll tell you. I’ve been writing this In My Humble Opinion thing for a while now. About 20 years, in fact, and for 12 of them, it’s been … more
ONLINE — Catskill Mountainkeeper is hosting an essential conversation with farmers and activists about regional solutions for transforming our food system in New York State on Monday, June 29 … more
Rejoice! Plastic shopping bags are rapidly disappearing in grocery stores and at farmers’ markets far and wide. This means that ocean life will be safer and, in turn, we will not be eating fish … more
WMH rededicated to veterans HONESDALE, PA — Wayne Memorial Hospital (WMH) rededicated its healthcare facility in honor of all area veterans. The event was part of Wayne Memorial’s … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — A May 26 special meeting of the Tusten Town Board was held via Zoom to conduct a state environmental quality review (SEQR), or environmental impact assessment, for the Tusten … more
Do the days matter anymore? For a while, I’d lost track, then oscillated between thinking every day was Friday or Saturday. Now, I’m back to wondering about each one … more
Letters to the editor May 28 to June 3 more
LIBERTY, NY — The New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets put out a call to Cornell Cooperative Extensions (CCE) across the state to assist with the distribution of thousands of … more
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — In unpredictable times, the Catskills Food Hub (CHF) is staying adaptable. Not long after getting started as a wholesale distributor of local foods to restaurants and … more
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