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What’s better than a bevy of blooms in the summertime? If you’re living in the woods, you might think flowers bloom only in the sun. But there are some pretty petal-icious plants … more
NARROWSBURG, NY —The issue of toilets (or the lack thereof) on Tusten’s Main Street has been discussed at length. The conversation got closed out at a June 14 meeting of the town … more
HAWLEY, PA — Growing tomatoes can be a challenge, no matter how long you have been gardening. To make it an easier task, Diane Diffenderfer discussed problems with and remedies for tomato … more
Jump in the lake and more at Lake Superior BETHEL, NY — Looking for a picnic ground? A place to sail?Lake Superior State Park in Bethel is open for boat rentals, swimming and picnicking, and … more
Private benefit amid public squalor I write in response to Betty Sutliff’s  “My View” about fracking in the Delaware River Basin. She argues that Pennsylvania’s … more
GREENTOWN, PA — The celebration of World Labyrinth Day, to be held at Labyrinth Garden PA, has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 14.  It will take place from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community March 31 to April 6 more
IN OUR GARDENS—Why prune at all? Because it helps trees become stronger and healthier.  Foliage becomes more lush.  Leaves grow bigger.  Flowering bushes produce more flowers; … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community March 24 to 30 more
ELDRED, NY — Looking through the door of the Monteleone Gardens greenhouse, you catch a glimpse of a sight we northeasterners are accustomed to seeing only in the heat of the summer—a … more
A new growing season at the Tusten Heritage Community Garden NARROWSBURG, NY — Spring is coming and with it the tenth annual 2022 growing season at the Tusten Heritage Community Garden … more
The history of the Hawley Silk Mill HAWLEY, PA — Tony Waldron, Pike County commissioner, will be the guest speaker at the Shohola Railroad and Historical Society (SRHS) meeting at 7 p.m. on … more
CALLICOON, NY — Delaware Valley Farm & Garden Center (DVFG) recently changed hands. After decades of providing great products and service to the local community and loyal customers, Richard … more
LAKE HUNTINGTON, NY — Snow and ice are on repeat here in the Sullivan Catskills, but there are still so many activities both indoors and outdoors! Let’s take a look at what is … more
BEACH LAKE, PA — Bob Hoffman’s Victory Garden is 6,050 square feet in his front yard. It’s “a ministry garden in my front lawn,” he said at our first talk in the … more
What's going on in arts, leisure and the community December 9 to 15 more
The mystery of Joseph Skinner, and other Upper Delaware horrors NARROWSBURG, NY — Cushetunk resident Joseph Skinner is believed to be the first European murdered in the Upper Delaware River … more
CALLICOON, NY — As the current chair of the Callicoon Beautification Committee (the Committee), John Erik Karkula earns a lot of attention for the beauty fo the town’s plantings. That … more
‘Remains’ at the gallery at Nonneta and Friends Creative BARRYVILLE, NY — It’s a powerful theme as the year dies away: from October 2 to 31, art lovers can experience … more
Growing food will change your life Growing your own food is a humbling experience. It makes you realize how connected to the earth we are and to the environment generally. How dependent we are on … more
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