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May 20, 2015Two residents at Woodstock Commons, Susan Palmgren and Christina Bazzicalupo tell their personal stories, share what Homes means to them, and why Home Matters. Why Home Matters: Susan Palmgren »
April 6, 2015Rarely do you see an affordable housing champion highlighted in a regional arts magazine. That is, until this month. On newsstands this week, the April 2015 edition of Chronogram Magazine features »
March 30, 2015Faith Moore, Executive Director for RDAC, and Kevin O'Connor, CEO for RUPCO are all smiles over the affiliate relationship effective April 1, 2015. Hudson Valley homeowners stand to benefit »
This orientation class is the first step to joining RUPCO’s HomeOwnership Program. The hour-long information session outlines the HomeOwnership Center’s programs and the path to homeownership. FREE. Please RSVP to Joanna (845) 331-9860 ext. 220 or sign up online at http://rupco.org/homeownership-need-help-with-homeownership/workshops/
SUNY Ulster Dining Hall
491 Cottekill Rd, Stone Ridge, NY 12484
Stone Ridge, NY 12498
#Paris Talks Ulster Listens
SUNY Ulster will be hosting local green organizations as well as having speakers to highlight the importance of the UN Climate talks.
11:00am-11:30am: Wes Gillingham (Catskill Mountain Keeper)- What are the climate talks? “Can we wait”
11:35am-12:05pm: Rebecca Martin (Kingston Citizens)- Grassroots Movement: Timeline of a Successful Grassroots Movement.
12:10pm-12:40pm: Andrew Faust (New York Permaculture: Regional Economy: Pathways to True Security
12:45pm-1:15pm: Rachel Marco-Haven (Earth Guardians New York): Youth Involvment
1:30pm-2:30pm: Student Speakers on a variety of relevent issues.
Catskill Mountain Keeper
Earth Guardians New York
Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency
SUNY’s Clean Energy Technology Program
New Paltz Climate Action Coalition
Farm & Home Center
2715 Rt 44, Millbrook, NY
Alternative Heating For Homes and Small Businesses
Tuesday, December 8, 2015, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY HEATING forum – For residents and small businesses
Presented by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Dutchess County. (Snow date Dec. 15th)
This forum will present information on alternative heating systems that are becoming increasingly common – both to reduce heating bills and move toward renewable fuels. Topics include: Passive solar, solar hot water, solar panels, geothermal heat, air-source heat pumps, pellet stoves, home energy audits, insulating and air-sealing, and incentive programs such as through NYSERDA and Solarize Hudson Valley.
Speakers include: Jeff Luoma – CCE Environment and Energy Program Leader, Joseph Malcarne – Malcarne Contracting, John Tremblay – Sigma-Tremblay LLC, Hugo Jule – RUPCO representative, and Solarize Hudson Valley. Question and answer to follow presentation. Light refreshments served.
– See more at: http://ccedutchess.org/events/2015/12/08/alternative-heating-for-homes-and-small-businesses#sthash.bNUrkDX0.dpuf
Meet resident-artist Barbara Schacker as she exhibits her artwork now through February 28 in the Woodstock Commons Community Room. Tonight, talk with Barbara at an artist reception, find out about her artist philosophy. This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments and snacks will be served.
Meet resident-artist Prudence Nelmes as she exhibits her artwork now through April 30 in the Woodstock Commons Community Room. Tonight, talk with Prudence at an artist reception, find out about her artist philosophy. This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments and snacks will be served.