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Diversity By Catskill Area Writers
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Why diversity? Aside from the fact that the members of Catskill Area Writers come in all shades, religions and backgrounds, we feel that one of the greatest human strengths is our ability to learn... More > from each other. Understanding what makes us different – beliefs, foods, music, art, attitudes – helps us to remember that we all embody different facets of the human condition.< Less
Diversity By Catskill Area Writers
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Why diversity? Aside from the fact that the members of Catskill Area Writers come in all shades, religions and backgrounds, we feel that one of the greatest human strengths is our ability to learn... More > from each other. Understanding what makes us different – beliefs, foods, music, art, attitudes – helps us to remember that we all embody different facets of the human condition.< Less
2015 Catskills Calendar By Colin Young
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2015 Catskills Calendar. An annual 12 month calendar of images by local photographer Colin D. Young of the Catskills Mountains of New York, including mountain lookouts, lakes, waterfalls and local... More > architecture.< Less
Catskill & Shawangunk Scenes 2015 By Steve Aaron
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2015 Calendar of landscape photography from the Catskill & Shawangunk Mountain region of New York.
Tales of Horror from the Catskill Mountains By Ken Santiago
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The Catskill Mountains of New York are ancient hills and hold many secrets. To the local folks who live there, the mountains are haunted by spirits. These stories are just a few examples of the... More > terrifying happenings that go on in the small towns nestled within the dark, forested mountains. These tales will keep you up at night.< Less
The Moths of The Catskill Mountains of New York By Eric Reuter
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Some of the amazing variety of moths found in the Catskill Mountains of New York State. This calendar is just a small fraction of the moths I've photographed there (over 1000 species), but gives a... More > nice sample of the sizes, shapes, patterns and colors, and the incredible variety to be found in these denizens of the night.< Less
The Butterflies of The Catskill Mountains of New York By Eric Reuter
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The Butterflies of the Catskill mountains, all seen and photographed in and around the village of Hancock, New York. This is just a sample of the incredible diversity of butterflies to be seen in... More > this amazing part of the country, where northern species mingle in with some of the more southerly ones, creating an amazing array of species to be seen. The varied habitats here - field, forest, wetlands, lakes and rivers, bogs and hillsides, provide a tremendous variety of food and host plants. One of the undiscovered treasures of the northeast for those who love butterflies.< Less
The Catskill Mountains: Hiking The Devil's Path 2012 By Mark D. Webster
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Picture book with brief descriptions of a hike in the Catskill mountains of part of the "Devil's Path."
Glencliff: The Life, Death, And Rediscovery Of A Small Catskill Resort By Clifford Beede
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The story of the Catskill, NY Glencliff House that once stood in the Jefferson Heights area. Includes a history of it's beginnings, the various owners, and their lives, and it's eventual demise. The... More > discovery and exploration of the abandoned resort is tied in with the overall history.< Less
Half Full? Water Futures In the Western Catskills By Urban Design Lab
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The initial idea seemed simple enough. The Project Team would research water, specifically focusing on the watersheds in the Upper Delaware and Western Catskills. Why water, and why... More > here? Historically, water has been a critical economic generator for both local and regional development. Locally, for example, the extensive network of waterways gave rise to projects such as the Delaware & Hudson Canal, which served as an unprecedented economic boon to Sullivan County when it was built in 1828. Regionally, the area’s water has provided New York City with drinking water for nearly a century, through what is still the country’s largest unfiltered public water supply system. More recently, the sustainability and future of this water has been the subject of intense controversy following the debates surrounding the potential impacts of natural gas drilling in the watershed.< Less