Rosendale Earthfest on June 9 celebrates sustainability in the Hudson Valley.
Woodstock hosts the annual Catskill Mountainkeeper Barn Fest on June 22.
The movement toward self-sustaining communities is taking root in the Hudson Valley. Paul E. McGinniss talks with the forward thinkers behind the Transition movement
Trading in the Gas-Guzzler for a Gas-Sipper
Crispin Kott talks with professionals, sellers, and sustainable transportation enthusiasts about the direction of the automotive market in the Hudson Valley.
Lee Anne Albritton reviews some of the newest and hottest green products for your home and garden on the market.
Dr. Sacha Spector, director of conservation science at Scenic Hudson, talks about global warming prevention strategies in Newburgh and Cornwall.
Artists and musicians gather for O+ Festival from October 8 to 10 in Uptown Kingston, featuring over 100 artists. Tracy Bonham, Mike and Ruthy, and Phosphorescent headline the shows.
Creative class chronicler Richard Florida talks with Carl Frankel about the current recession, what Florida refers to as The Great Reset.
The 3/50 Project supports local business and a green lifestyle. Cinda Baxter, founder of the 3/50 project, will speak at SUNY New Paltz on August 13.
John D. Bullough, senior research scientist and adjunct assistant professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s (RPI) Lighting Research Center in Troy, answers some questions about the basics of LED lights and how they can be incorporated in the home.
On May 15, the LED lights on the Walkway Over The Hudson were lit for the first time.
Carl Frankel interviews author John Perkins on his new book "Hoodwinked."
Carl Frankel discusses how small local businsses are making a name for themselves amongst big-box enterprises.
Filmmaker Robert Stone’s new documentary explores the birth of the environmental movement.
Carl Frankel talks with local booksellers about strategies for survival.