DAMASCUS, PA — In early April, the Clean Energy Co-op announced its next and largest community clean energy project to date: installing 50 kilowatts of solar photovoltaic (PV) at Willow Wisp Organic Farm. The co-op signed an agreement with Willow Wisp to finance up to 168 panels to go on its barn roof.
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — Just as the 20th century has often been called “the century of oil,” the 21st century has been dubbed by some, “the century of water.” SUNY Sullivan will host an evening of discussion exploring the past and present issues surrounding water access in the U.S. and abroad on Monday, April 30 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
LORDS VALLEY, PA — The Pike County Conservation District will host a free field tour on Tuesday, May 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., of local sites that have successfully implemented Best Management Practices related to stormwater runoff and weather resiliency.
Gouldsboro, in Lehigh Township, Wayne County, was named for Jay Gould, infamous “robber baron” of the 19th century.
Cochecton was busy on Saturday with the Lake Huntington Fire Co. spaghetti dinner and the Lake Huntington Presbyterian Church penny social. Thank you to all who came out to make these events possible. When an organization puts on an event, it’s a lot of work. I personally would like to thank everyone who worked so hard.
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On April 8, for the second year in a row, The Cooperage in Honesdale, PA hosted a runway show of fashions available at stores in the Upper Delaware region. Local models did a stellar job walking the runway, and the audience enjoyed savory bites from Anthill Farm Kitchen, all in the interest of raising funds for The Cooperage.
The notion of a “superfood” is one that has probably become overworked in today’s too-often faddy diet scene. While most of the items that find their way onto these lists can certainly contribute to a healthy diet, in most cases the more exaggerated medical claims made on their behalf do not stand up to closer scrutiny.
Swedish and therapeutic, pre- and post-natal, cranial-sacral and myofascial release: the world of massage therapy is as broad and diverse as the individuals it serves. Jackie Rutledge, who instructs masseurs-in-training at Lackawanna College’s Lake Region Center in Hawley, can attest to the complexity.
REGION — The March 2 blizzard and following storms led to a sharp increase in people in the region who are now interested in purchasing a home generator. It’s not surprising.