Trails to Tales of Schoharie County

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Listen to the team’s January 2017 radio interview about the project on 1190 WSDE’s “SALT Speaks” segment.



Below is one of more than 80 video clips SALT Development has produced about cultural assets in Schoharie County. Check out all of the videos as they are published on our Youtube page, Trails to Tales of Schoharie County.

Learn more about Richard Ball’s experience farming in the Schoharie Valley.



Trails to Tales of Schoharie County Website & Augmented Reality Mobile Application

By collecting, mapping and developing audio/visual content for local artistic, cultural, and recreational assets (museums, parks, historic sites, artisans, etc.) and showcasing these assets on a cutting edge website and mobile application, SALT and partners will create and enhance local economic opportunity.

SALT and partners are developing a dynamic, responsive website with an interactive map and trails feature that identifies local attractions, including historic sites, recreational facilities, artistic, cultural and agricultural points of interest. The Trails to Tales of Schoharie County website and augmented reality mobile application will also showcase stories, photographs, artwork and more about the region by the people who live, work and play in Schoharie County. Robust content management tools will allow SALT and points of interest (POI) featured on the website to update basic information and an events calendar to provide better customer service to the community with high standards for design quality and visual appeal.

Check out media coverage of the new project below:

Life After Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee: Using Augmented Reality To Renew Local Communities: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Professor Partners With Schoharie Area Long Term Inc., To Create Interactive Tourism Website and App. RPI Press.

SALT Announces New Website to Feature All Schoharie County has to Offer. Mountain Eagle.

Project uses augmented reality to showcase Schoharie. Times Union.