New York’s Dairy Crisis

FarmHearts is a collaborative project to save our family farms. Every day, our region’s small farmers face an uphill battle to produce products sustainably. These farmers are unable to compete with industrial megafarms, have been abandoned by the agricultural co-ops that are supposed to protect them, and are crippled by a broken federal milk pricing…

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Sustainable Shorelines

“Sustainable Shorelines” highlights the shorelines of the Hudson River, imaginative shoreline-design projects in New York City, and how sustainable shorelines can help us achieve a more resilient future. Visit the Hudson River Sustainable Shorelines webpage, https://www.hrnerr.org/hudson-river-s…, to learn more about innovative site demonstrations and research going on in the Hudson Valley region.

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Sea-level Rise: Planning Coastal Development

This video highlights Climate Smart Communities (CSC) action to require consideration of sea-level rise in planning of coastal development. Visit: tinyurl.com/CSCcertification to learn more. To learn more about the City of Kingston and other Hudson riverfront communities becoming leaders, visit: http://www.dec.ny.gov/energy/93950.html To learn more about the Hudson River Estuary Program and how you can get…

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DEC-Adapt: The Key to Climate Resilience

This video highlights Climate Smart Communities (CSC) certification program’s action to “develop climate adaptation strategies.” Visit tinyurl.com/CSCcertification to learn more. To learn more about the Cornell Climate-Adaptive Design studio, visit: tinyurl.com/CornellCAD To learn more about the Hudson River Estuary Program and how you can get involved, visit: tinyurl.com/HREstuaryProgram

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Hope on the Hudson 3: Seeds of Hope

From planting to harvest, follow the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe at Akwesasne, the Hudson Valley Farm Hub and Seedshed as they honor Native American seeds that are at risk of disappearing. Can they preserve their rich agricultural heritage and the stories that each seed holds?

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Soil Health Field Day 2017: Dr. Masoud Hashemi

With support from a Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Partnership Grant, Glynwood’s Director of Farm Stewardship, Dave Llewellyn, produced a day-long curriculum of instruction and demonstrations by leaders in the field of soil science and regenerative agriculture. Presenters included Dr. Masoud Hashemi, UMass-Stockbridge School of Agriculture. In this clip Llewellyn and Hashemi discuss the…

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Soil Health Field Day 2017

On a warm, sunny day in late August, Glynwood hosted its second annual Soil Health Field Day at its Farm Business Incubator property in New Paltz, New York. With support from a Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Partnership Grant, Glynwood’s Director of Farm Stewardship, Dave Llewellyn, produced a day-long curriculum of instruction and demonstrations…

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Hope on the Hudson 1: City on the Water

New York City is truly a water city. Everywhere you go, there are tunnels and bridges delivering you over water, to such a degree some have dubbed the waterways that encircle New York City “the sixth borough.” Waterways like Brooklyn’s Newtown Creek and Queens’ Flushing Meadow, once thought ruined forever by industrial and manmade pollution…

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