"The old tune, 'I've been Working on the Railroad,' seems to be an appropriate theme song for Shel-don Quimby. For the past 15 years, the Port Ewen resident has dedicated a great deal of time to the D&H Canal Heritage Corridor's section of the O&W Rail Trail."Read the whole article in the Daily Freeman - Happy trails to all
Sunday, June 17, 2007
Here's an update on the rail trail from Kingston to Ellenville. It was in the Freeman today.
Monday, June 04, 2007
On Friday, May 18, 2007, Maeve Maurer, Doris Licht and Lou Kozma attended the daylong Rondout Creek Watershed Council Training Day as representatives of the Hurley C.A.C. Council. The training was held at UCCC with more than 40 people from various towns in Ulster County attending and 7 presenters. During the morning session we heard an introduction and information on watershed awareness by Manna Jo Greene of the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, followed by an overview of Watershed Protection Plans by Scott Cuppett of the NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation Hudson River Estuary Program (HREP). The morning also held a fun activity of tracing our watershed and identifying stream order on a map (the Marbletown people were using our area map so we used a different one). We were all treated to pizza by the D.E.P. as the cafeteria was closed The afternoon session introduced watershed protection and planning, importance of stream monitoring and more. The day ended with an open roundtable discussion among all participants and presenters. There were many handouts distributed as well as a cd-rom containing PowerPoint slides of the day’s presentation.