BY DREW JOHNSON (Republished with permission) Environmental activists regularly scare Americans about our domestic energy resources — and urge us to abandon development of them. Witness the various efforts to stop hydraulic fracturing, offshore and onshore drilling, and the like. What life would look like in this new green world, though, rarely gets coverage. Considering […]
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) announced that it has awarded a grant to the Town of Ramapo to begin its “GREEN” initiative. The Get Ramapo Energy Efficient Now (GREEN) initiative is a multi-million dollar project that will coordinate energy upgrades on Ramapo’s municipal facilities, and ultimately, invest in solar technology […]
Green Meadow Waldorf School dedicated the newly built Rose Hall on Friday night. In this photo: Teacher Jane Wulsin, Collegium Chair Leslie Burchell-Fox, and teacher John Wulsin at Friday night’s Dedication Celebration, flanked by framed dedication documents from the school’s past.
BY SARA GILBERT The Town of Ramapo board met to discuss hiring employees, approving finances and purchases, and amending resolutions on Wednesday, May 23, as well as get a demonstration from the Suffern Syborgs Booster Club. The Syborgs club won the local competition easily and placed 24th in the world championship, according to their coach, […]
BE AMAZED: WHAT COLOR IS THE WIND? A FEEL GUIDE TO THE OUT-OF-DOORS FOR PARENTS WITH YOUNG CHILDREN, BY ED BIEBER
“This book is about contact,” states the introduction to “What Color Is The Wind? A Feel Guide to the Out-of-Doors for Parents with Young Children,” by veteran Rockland teacher and naturalist Ed Bieber. “[P]arent and child together in nature, making contact with each other, the ground, the sky… and everything in-between.” With the gesture of […]