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Longer days and lighter schedules make summer perfect for relaxing, having fun outdoors and spending time with loved ones. more
The Clinton Farmers Market, one of the largest markets in the Mohawk Valley region, has opened for its 25th season. more
Looking for a new furry friend? These local animals are ready for adoption. more
All of us can influence the introduction, spread and management of invasive species. Learn more by participating in this year’s New York Invasive Species Awareness Week, June 6-12. more
An opportunity to get off the home farm, network with peers and discuss farm business strategies are just a few of the objectives slated for the upcoming series of Twilight Tours offered … more
The Clinton/Kirkland Climate Smart Task Force, the village of Clinton, and the town of Kirkland will host a second information session in the Clinton/Kirkland Clean Energy Campaign. more
Delaware County Historical Association Collections Manager Angela Gaffney and Executive Director Tim Duerden were busy Wednesday, May 25, getting the site ready for its weekend opening. more
The New York Breeding Bird Atlas is seeking help from citizens across the state for a multi-year project of collecting field data.  Coordinators of the project recognize the opportunity to involve … more
After a two-year pandemic forced hiatus, the popular Farm Fest event will once again invite area residents to experience life on the farm with the 2022 event... more
Green is flowing like the seas, think fish. Flowing like the grasses growing. Like the lawn all over, think cutting and digging, all good thoughts of spring. How to shop sustainably: Small changes … more
It’s not often that tiny towns in Central New York get much recognition, but thanks to one person and their interesting hobby, millions of people have come to learn part of the area’s … more
The DEC is reminding New Yorkers that thousands of turtles are killed each year by unsuspecting drivers when turtles cross roads to find nesting areas.  more
I heard you loud and clear! You told me as soon as the weather gets warmer, you cannot wait to resume some outdoor activities. How about enjoying the sunshine outside, and eating nutritiously without … more
MOHAWK — Access to fresh, local, affordable food is an integral part of healthy and thriving communities. Residents in the Adirondack park know this all too well, and have struggled to easily … more
Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency, Inc. (MVCAA) has announced three upcoming Family Enrichment trips. These trips, designed for families with children under the age of twelve, will supply … more
UTICA — The Central New York Conservancy, a non-profit agency dedicated to preserving and beautifying Utica’s Olmsted-designed parks while promoting maximum use for all, celebrated its 20th … more
ROME — A host of friendly animals and Mother’s Day crafts will be featured family fun on 4-H Clover Day, between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at Runnings in Rome. Oneida County 4-H youth … more
The Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) virus has been detected in multiple wild bird species across New York, the Department of Environmental Conservation has announced. While no known human … more
LOWVILLE — Cornell Cooperative Extension of Lewis County will host a presentation on American Foulbrood Disease — a highly contagious disease among bees — from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 21, … more
ROME — Several Rome City Schools students participated in the Rome Canal Cleanup event held Sunday, April 24. Approximately 60 students and adults helped clean-up trash at Bellamy Park, the Erie … more
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