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Time and the Valleys Museum is excited to let our members, friends & family know that we’re participating in Hudson Valley Gives 2018 which is happening next week on Wednesday, May 16th. Hudson Valley Gives is a day of giving fueled by passion, collaboration and the power of social media. You can think of it…

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Bee Keeping and Honey Making Program

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A presentation on beekeeping and honey making will be held on Sunday, April 22nd at 2 p.m. at the Time and the Valleys Museum on St. Rt. 55 in Grahamsville, Sullivan County. Son of a Bee, fourth generation honey makers in Grahamsville, Sullivan County, will give a fascinating presentation on honey making and bee keeping,…

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From Garden Plot to Kitchen Pot

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Attendee’s Receive a Free Packet of Basil Seeds [Grahamsville, N.Y.] – From Garden Plot to Kitchen Pot, a presentation on growing and using herbs will be held at the Time and the Valleys Museum on St. Rt. 55 in Grahamsville, Sullivan County, on Sunday, March 25th at 2 p.m.. Diana K. Weiner, Sullivan Renaissance Horticulture…

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Return of the Eagle Program

Return of the Eagle Program

Sunday, March 4, 2 p.m. at the Time and the Valleys Museum Return of the Eagle Sunday, March 4, 2 p.m. at the Time and the Valleys Museum [Grahamsville, N.Y.] – Return of the Eagle is a presentation by local historian Tom Riley being held at the Time and the Valleys Museum on St. Rt.…

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32nd Annual Water Resources Art and Poetry Contest

Students from Upstate Watersheds are may submit Original Works of Art and Poetry New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Vincent Sapienza announced the launch of the 32nd annual Water Resources Art and Poetry Contest on January 19th. Second through twelfth grade students attending public, independent, charter or parochial schools, and those who are home-schooled, in New…

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Two Month Shutdown of Shandaken Tunnel Planned

DEP Announces Two Month Shutdown of Shandaken Tunnel for Preliminary Work on Intake Chamber The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) today announced an eight-week shutdown of the tunnel that carries water from Schoharie Reservoir to the Esopus Creek and Ashokan Reservoir. The shutdown, which is scheduled to last from March 1 –…

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Neversink Turbine Undergoes Repairs

The hydroelectric turbine at the Neversink Tunnel Outlet recently underwent some routine maintenance. The Neversink Tunnel Outlet, which has a capacity of 22 megawatts, generates energy from the water moving from Neversink Reservoir to Rondout Reservoir. Capturing this energy provides an affordable, clean, and renewable power source that fights climate change by avoiding the emission…

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2018 Schedule of Programs

Our 2018 Schedule of Programs has just been released!  Take a look at all we have to offer this year. We’re sure there is one (or more!) that will Pique your interest. Return of the Eagle Sunday, March 4, 2 p.m. Members: FREE, non-members: $3 A presentation by local historian Tom Riley which traces the…

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DEP Donates Piece of World’s Oldest Fossilized Forest …

The following is an excerpt from the January 30, 2018 edition of the NYC DEP Weekly Pipeline Newsletter. DEP on Friday donated a fossil from the oldest fossilized forest in the world to the Gilboa-Conesville Central School, which will use it to educate local children about the ancient forest that once occupied their town. The 385-million-year-old fossil is…

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The NYC DEP Weekly Pipeline

The NYC DEP Weekly Pipeline

Did you know that the NYC DEP’s has a weekly newsletter for all DEP employees and for environmental stakeholders who want to keep in the loop on what DEP is up to. The agencies Weekly Pipeline publishes every Tuesday, and features updates on current news, safety reminders, agency accomplishments and milestones, and interesting agency statistics…

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