Author Archives : admin

Home  >>  Author : admin

Website Accessibility Project Underway with Help from ARC

On October 12, 2017, Posted by , In Blog,News, With No Comments

Surveys for the Trails to Tales Website Accessibility Project began Wednesday, October 11 as SALT met with people supported by the Schoharie  A.R.C. to discuss how to improve website usability for people with disabilities. A.R.C. participants and staff members met with Sarah Roberts, project coordinator, to explore trailstotales.org on tablets and…

SALT Development Receives $15,000 from Community Foundation and Announces Trails to Tales of Schoharie County Website Accessibility Project with Schoharie ARC

On September 5, 2017, Posted by , In Blog,News, With No Comments

  SEPTEMBER 5, SCHOHARIE, NY. SALT Development has been awarded a $15,000 grant by The Marjorie Doyle Rockwell Fund for the Disabled of the Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region to make the Trails to Tales of Schoharie County website more accessible for people who are deaf, hard of…

SALT’s Bounty of the County a Delicious Success

On July 20, 2017, Posted by , In Blog,News, With No Comments

Thank  you to the Schoharie News & Mountain Eagle for covering our successful event!

5th Annual Bounty of the County a Success, $26,000 Raised for Development Efforts

On July 14, 2017, Posted by , In Blog,News, With 2 Comments

The annual fundraiser, held at Schoharie Valley Farms Carrot Barn Saturday, was sold out for the first time with 120 guests and supporters arriving from across the region.  Those in attendance were treated to a cocktail hour, silent auction, raffle, and a locally sourced dinner in the Carrot Barn’s greenhouse surrounded…

Bounty of the County is Back!

On June 8, 2017, Posted by , In News, With No Comments

FOR: IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Sarah Goodrich, Executive Director Phone Number:  518-702-5017 SCHOHARIE, NY, June 5, 2017 – The Bounty of the County is back!  SALT Development is pleased to host its fifth annual Bounty of County Gala gourmet seasonal cocktail and dinner at the Carrot Barn, Route 30A, Schoharie on…

Press Release: AMERICORPS NCCC WORK IN SCHOHARIE, NY

On April 27, 2017, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

SALT Development 258 Main St, P.O. Box 777, Schoharie, NY 12157 Contact: Jin Kim JinK@saltdevelopment.org 518-702-5017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AMERICORPS NCCC WORK IN SCHOHARIE, NY April 27, 2017. Schoharie, NY. SALT Development has coordinated AmeriCorps NCCC (National Community Civilian Corps) members in Schoharie for the past four years. We coordinated…

HCR’s Main Street Boot Camp Workshop Summary

On April 27, 2017, Posted by , In Blog,Housing & Community Development,News, With No Comments

SALT Project Director, Jerrine Corallo joined Schoharie County Office of Community Development Services Planner, Zachary Thompson, staff and volunteers from the Greater Mohawk Valley Land Bank and over 100 fellow participants at NYS Homes and Community Renewal (HCR) Main Street Bootcamp Workshop on April 19, 2017 to learn about Main Street revitalization concepts and…

AmeriCorps NCCC Alumnus Nick Hobson

On April 10, 2017, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

Have you wondered what it is like to work as an AmeriCorps NCCC (National Community Civilian Corps) member? NCCC alumnus, Nick Hobson, describes his experience as an NCCC and his decision to become an NCCC member.

AmeriCorps NCCC Alumna Kelly Seamster

On April 10, 2017, Posted by , In Blog, With No Comments

Have you wondered what it is like to work as an AmeriCorps NCCC (National Community Civilian Corps) member? NCCC alumna and Schoharie County resident, Kelly Seamster, describes her experience as an NCCC and her decision to become an NCCC member.  

Reflecting on the History of SALT

On March 30, 2017, Posted by , In Blog,Sarah's Snippets, With No Comments

Immediately following the flooding event from Irene in 2011, all of the affected communities experienced groups of dedicated people who appeared quickly and did whatever they could do to help their towns and villages. While it was necessary and important that this happened in each area, national groups (FEMA community…