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Town of Schoharie Awarded $50K For Central Bridge Community Planning Project

On December 9, 2016, Posted by , In Blog,Media Coverage,Trail Study News, With 1 Comment

December 9, 2016. Schoharie, NY. The Town of Schoharie, along with the Town of Esperance, is pleased to announce that the Central Bridge Community Planning Project was awarded $50,000 yesterday. Funds from the New York State Community Development Block Grant Program were allocated for the project during Governor Andrew M….

WSDE 1190: SALT Speaks Edition

On December 8, 2016, Posted by , In Media Coverage,Trail Study News, With No Comments

  December 8, 2016 Tune into Ed Sherlock‘s interview with SALT staff , Jerrine Corallo and Jin Kim, and Duane Spaulding from Huber Feeds regarding the Schoharie Creek Multi-Use Trail Feasibility Study. Duane Spauding grew up on a local dairy farm in Schoharie County and is deeply invested in bringing business,…

On the Trail: An Article on the Trail Study Project, from the Times Journal

On July 21, 2016, Posted by , In Blog,Media Coverage,News,Trail Study News, With No Comments

SALT Spotlight: The Trail Study Advisory Committee

On May 26, 2016, Posted by , In SALT Spotlight,Trail Study News, With 2 Comments

SALT is continuing to make progress in the Trail Feasibility Study. A Project Advisory Committee containing a wide range of stakeholders has been formed. This diverse group will select a consultant who will conduct the Feasibility Study and review the Study’s progress. If you have any question please contact Jin…

Sarah’s Snippets – 5/10/16

On May 10, 2016, Posted by , In Sarah's Snippets,Trail Study News, With No Comments

Earlier in the year Snippets shared that a group of graduate students from the University at Albany would be assisting with SALT’s Schoharie County Trail Feasibility Study. These students from the Graduate Regional Planning Program, in partnership with SALT, developed a Creek Trail concept plan as their studio project. Last…

Sarah’s Snippets – 4/26/2016

On April 26, 2016, Posted by , In Blog,Sarah's Snippets,Trail Study News, With No Comments

The following article was taken from an April 22, 2016 blog post by Max Finberg, National Director of Americorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) in the Huffington Post. Our outstanding VISTA members continue to provide much needed services to the Schoharie Creek basin as we move forward together toward…

Sarah’s Snippets – 3/29/2016

On March 28, 2016, Posted by , In Sarah's Snippets,Trail Study News, With No Comments

One definition of courage could be the willingness to step into the unknown (or the uncertain) and allow current stereotypes to be challenged. Everyone has stereotypes or stories in their head about other people, groups, or locations based on their past. These stories might come from experiences or from things…

SALT is in the News!

On March 10, 2016, Posted by , In Blog,News,Trail Study News, With No Comments

SALT is in the news, and we’ve gathered some of the recent coverage below so you can learn more about our projects. Work on SALT’s Trail Feasibility Study continues! SALT received a great deal of community input at two public meetings held at the end of February. Follow the links…

Trail Feasibility Study Updates

On March 2, 2016, Posted by , In Blog,News,Trail Study News, With No Comments

Dear all, Thank you to those of you who were able to join us last week! For those who could not make it, we’ll be having another Trail Feasibility Study Community meeting in Esperance on Monday, March 14th at 7pm at the Esperance-Sloansville United Methodist Church 175 Main St, Esperance,…

SALT holds community meetings about our trail study

On February 26, 2016, Posted by , In Media Coverage,Trail Study News, With No Comments

Tim Knight, of the Watershed Post, wrote a great article about SALT’s recent trail study public meetings on February 22nd and 23rd. Read all about it at http://www.watershedpost.com/2016/salt-study-possible-38-mile-trail-along-schoharie-creek. The trail study could be a game changer for Schoharie County and we continue to seek community input. To learn more about it…