Bus Trip to 'Stop Frack Attack' Rally Saturday

Bus Trip to 'Stop Frack Attack' Rally Saturday

Times Herald-Record-Jul 26, 2012

More than 120 organizations are sponsoring this event to oppose fracking, including Earthjustice, Catskill Mountainkeeper, Food and Water ...

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5K Trail Run/Walk Scheduled for Parksville

5K Trail Run/Walk Scheduled for Parksville

Times Herald-Record - Jul 3, 2012

Part of the profits will benefit Catskill Mountainkeeper and the Boys and Girls Club of Sullivan County, and there will be music and breakfast ...

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Neversink Farm Dinner Benefits Mountainkeeper

Neversink Farm Dinner Benefits Mountainkeeper

The River Reporter - June 21, 2012

CLARYVILLE, NY — There will be an intimate afternoon supper at Neversink Farm on Saturday, June 30 from 4 to 7 p.m. to benefit Catskill Mountainkeeper.

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Catskill Edible Garden Project Launched

Catskill Edible Garden Project Launched

The River Reporter - May 16, 2012

SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Catskill Mountainkeeper and partnering organizations Cornell Cooperative Extension, Center for Workforce Development, Green ...

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Catskill Edible Garden Project Launches in Sullivan County

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release
May 9, 2012

Contact
:
Emily Deans, Catskill Mountainkeeper, 845-482-5400
Denise Frangipane, Sullivan Renaissance, 845-295-2443

Catskill Edible Garden Project Launches in Sullivan County

(Youngsville, NY) – Catskill Mountainkeeper and partnering organizations –Cornell Cooperative Extension, Center for Workforce Development, Green Village Initiative and Sullivan Renaissance – are pleased to announce the launch of the Catskill Edible Garden Project – Growing the Next Generation of Food Entrepreneurs.  The project involves working with area schools and educational institutions to install and maintain edible gardens, and will additionally seek to provide resources to assist in the development and implementation of garden and food-based curricula integration.

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Catskill Edible Garden Project Launches in Sullivan County

Catskill Edible Garden Project Launches in Sullivan County

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
May 9, 2012 

Contact:

Emily Deans
Catskill Mountainkeeper
845-482-5400 

Catskill Edible Garden Project Launches in Sullivan County (Youngsville, NY) – Catskill Mountainkeeper and partnering organizations –Cornell Cooperative Extension, Center for Workforce Development, Green Village Initiative and Sullivan Renaissance – are pleased to announce the launch of the Catskill Edible Garden Project – Growing the Next Generation of Food Entrepreneurs.  The project involves working with area schools and educational institutions to install and maintain edible gardens, and will additionally seek to provide resources to assist in the development and implementation of garden and food-based curricula integration. 

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Coalition Launched to Work for NY Fracking Ban

Coalition Launched to Work for NY Fracking Ban

Seattle Post Intelligencer - March 27, 2012

Photo: Mike Groll / AP Wes Gillingham of Catskill Mountainkeeper speaks during a "New Yorkers Against Fracking" news conference in Albany, NY, on Monday, ...

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500+ to Rally in Albany & Voice Concerns about Fracking

500+ to Rally in Albany & Voice Concerns about Fracking

WBGH - Jan 20, 2012

... Catskill Mountainkeeper, Central NY Citizens for Progressive Reform, Citizens Campaign for the Environment, Damascus Citizens for Sustainability, ...

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Group Says Fracking Proposal Deficient

North Country Gazette
January 10, 2012

NEW YORK—Catskill Mountainkeeper,Delaware Riverkeeper Network, Earthjustice, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), and Riverkeeper, Inc. have announced that, after extensive evaluation and technical expert review, they have concluded that the state must go back and revisit significant aspects of its revised draft Supplemental Generic Environmental Impact Statement (RDSGEIS) before fracking can move forward.  Click here for the full press release.

 

 

 

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