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WAYNE AND PIKE COUNTIES, PA — Are you a new homeowner in Pike or Wayne County? Are you a homeowner who would like to learn more about the environmental resources available here in NEPA? Come to … more
SEEDS’ solar tour scheduled for September 10 WAYNE COUNTY, PA — SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education & Development Support) will hold its DIY solar tour on Saturday, September 10, … more
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when creating them.” – Albert Einstein, German theoretical physicist I am a resident of the Upper Delaware … more
NEW YORK STATE — It has been a long haul, members said, but they did it. The Mid-Hudson Regional Sustainability Coalition (MHRSC), a  group of over 90 stakeholders representing diverse … more
PIKE COUNTY, PA — As of 2021, the spotted lanternfly (SLF) is officially in Pike County. Pike is now included in the quarantine map compiled and released by the Pennsylvania Department of … more
Scientists are extremely concerned that the world has been mass-producing plastics since the mid-1950s, to the point that we are now becoming Planet Plastic. From Mount Everest to the deepest … more
BETHANY, PA — Members of the Bethany 4-H Club recently participated in roadside cleanup to celebrate Earth Day. The club cleaned Grange Road and collected 13 bags of garbage.  Learn … more
LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY — Local high school and junior high students got to go to college for the day, to learn about sustainability. Hosted by SUNY Sullivan, the Earth Day Celebration welcomed … more
Raising pastured pigs on small acreage MIDDLETOWN, NY — Pigs don’t sweat, and neither should you when you’ve decided to pasture-raise pigs. Join All Family Farm and … more
A little over a year ago I decided to finally rid my home and art studio of all products containing any chemicals or artificial scents. I was using what I thought were somewhat sustainable choices … more
REGION — Most people who were here in June of 1972 remember the flood. Hurricane Agnes devastated communities along the Susquehanna River and many cities and towns in New York’s … more
Being responsive to the challenges of climate change, especially in light of rising fuel prices, is a great task. It is also a great opportunity to create great synergy and provide solutions to each … more
We reached out to our readers and asked what they have done to reduce, reuse or recycle. Here’s what they offered. Conscious buying I buy meat from local butchers instead of buying at … more
UPPER DELAWARE REGION — We’ve all seen the change in temperatures on a worldwide scale. But thanks to the Eastern Rivers and Mountains Inventory & Monitoring Network—part of the … more
While unusual, a late April snowstorm is not a precedent. It’s a reminder that we live in a world with unpredictable weather patterns that grow more ferocious with time. Some call it climate … more
What's new for sustainability in the Upper Delaware region, January 20 to 26 more
All the following information was taken from county websites devoted to recycling. New to the region or confronted with an item that might be recycled? The best first step is to contact the solid … more
About Earth to Sky Earth to Sky (ETS) is an expanding partnership between NASA, the U.S. National Park Service (NPS), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and similar organizations. Through … more
The Upper Delaware is a nationally significant environmental resource. As such, it was chosen as one of the initial four teams across the country to participate in the Earth to Sky initiative. The … more
Global climate leadership: Starting at home New York State is poised to become a global model for climate leadership. With the release of the New York State Climate Action Council’s Draft … more
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