July Business Spotlight: Inn at Kettleboro

July 23, 2020

 By Kathryn Nohilly (WVLT Summer 2020 Intern) Set on 12 acres of peach and apple orchards in New Paltz, sits a historic home that today is a bed and breakfast […]

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June Business Spotlight: TRT Bicycles

June 29, 2020

TRT Bicycles supplies the vehicle, and the Wallkill Valley Land Trust supplies the venue. It is a mutually beneficial relationship that goes back as far as 1988 when TRT Bicycles […]

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Silver Maple Marks a Silver Anniversary

June 26, 2020

Where the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail runs through the town of Gardiner and crosses over Farmer’s Turnpike, there is an area of solstice, shade and, most recently, cause for celebration. […]

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Jackie LaPlante, WVLT’s Spring 2020 Intern

May 22, 2020

Meet Jackie LaPlante, Our 2020 SUNY Geography Intern   The Wallkill Valley Land Trust (WVLT) has been partnering with the SUNY New Paltz Geography Department for several years to provide […]

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Junior Invasive Species Specialist Ben

May 15, 2020

After accidentally stepping on “a grey pokey thing that grows in the water” at Kingston Beach, everything changed for six-year-old Ben in regard to his passion for learning and fighting invasive species. […]

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Celebrating mothers, including Bat Moms!

May 10, 2020

Happy Mother’s Day to some of the most wonderful moms in the natural world: BATS!   Bats tend to have a bad reputation due to being associated with vampires and […]

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Pursuing the ‘Next Big Thing’

February 1, 2020

Kerri Wright is a recent graduate (2019) who holds a Masters of Science in Environmental Policy and Regulation. Currently, she’s a project scientist with Walden Environmental Engineering LLC, right here […]

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