Collaboration is Key for Trails to Tales of Schoharie County

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Collaboration is Key for Trails to Tales of Schoharie County

On January 19, 2017, Posted by , In Blog,News, With 1 Comment

Many hands make light work, they say. In this case, many hands are creating an innovative website that will engage and educate the greater populace in our very own Schoharie County. As a direct result of the collaborative efforts from members of the Schoharie County Quilt Barn Trail, Schoharie County Beverage Trail and area farms, SALT Development, with the creative genius of Dr. Lillian Spina-Caza and other vital contributors, has been able to curate the area’s gems into virtual trails on the website, complete with video and audio segments. The experience of capturing all these fine entities has been a labor of passion and loyalty. It has been an honor and a privilege for the entire team to have so swiftly put this dynamic resource together. We are thankful for the generosity of spirit, participation and belief in the endeavor. We can only look forward to the breadth of continued collaboration the website project will hold. The future bodes bright for continued brainstorming in our community so as to unveil additional trails, tales and treasures. Plans are already in the works for phase two as we look to orchestrate community focus groups to delineate our next “tour de trails.”

 

-Laura Morace, Trails to Tales Project Director

One Comment so far:

  1. How do we get our business involved in this great project?
    Bees Knees Cafe and Heather Ridge Farm in Preston Hollow. (We’re in Schoharie County)

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