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May 14, 2015 | Times Herald-Record | Associated Press
The executive director of one of the state's leading anti-fracking organizations, Sullivan County-based Catskill Mountainkeeper, welcomed the ...
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Los_Angeles_Times_(1).jpgYesterday's explosive front page LA Times story exposed that water in irrigation ditches in California's Central Valley—one of the nation’s biggest and most significant agricultural regions—has tested positive for toxic chemicals found in oil waste.

Catskill_Park_Movie_Pic.pngWhat’s so special about the Catskills? Why has this area inspired so many over the last two centuries? This film explores this question in interviews with many who have discovered the magic of this place. They consider the historical role of the Catskills as a mecca for recreation, health, and artistic pursuits. They consider their personal connections to The Catskills. And they look at its critical role as the watershed that not only supplies water to millions in the New York metropolitan area but stands as a role model for the rest of the country. Interviews include artists, historians, environmentalists, farmers, residents and visitors.

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