Wednesday Night's Show: Forest Food Plots

CFA-On-The-Air: From the Forest
Wednesdays 6PM - 7PM
WIOX ROXBURY 91.3FM or www.wioxradio.org

Wednesday Night's Show
On this coming Wednesday's show we'll be talking about forest food plots. Although conventional food plots - including cover crops - can be extremely beneficial for wildlife, they also can be expensive to implement. Many of us have a few acres of woods or knows someone that does. There are a few techniques you can implement or CFA can help out with that can improve wildlife habitat. Some say these techniques can improve the average forest of 200 lbs. of forage to 2000 lbs. of forage. Tune in at 91.3 FM WIOX ROXBURY or stream online at www.wioxradio.org to learn more.

WHAT'S GOING ON IN THE FOREST?
"Taking the gun for a walk." That's what I've been doing. Sometimes you wonder why you're lugging this rifle all over the woods after not seeing one deer. But then you realize, isn't this part of it too; just being out there.  Read more

Along pipeline route, dozens of landowners receive letters threatening eminent domain

Above: An excerpt from a letter sent to to landowners along the route of the Constitution Pipeline on Dec. 3. Read the full letter at the bottom of this story or by clicking here

The day after receiving federal approval, the Constitution Pipeline sent letters threatening to use eminent domain authority against dozens of landowners who are reluctant to allow the 124-mile natural gas pipeline across their land.

The pipeline, which has been in the works for two and a half years, will run from Pennsylvania through New York's Delaware, Schoharie, Broome and Chenango counties. It received conditional approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Tuesday, Dec. 2.

On Wednesday, Dec. 3, the pipeline’s law firm, Saul Ewing, began playing hardball with landowners who have not accepted the pipeline’s offer of compensation in exchange for pipeline access.  Read more

Owner Financing Possible!

MLS# 95828
1605 Gulf Road
Davenport NY 13757

Price: $450,000
OWNER FINANCING POSSIBLE! Country Paradise! 120 gorgeous acres with a remodeled farmhouse and 2000 sq.ft. addition (2007) with full basement. All utilities were updated in 2007-8. Top of line kitchen, hardwood floors, 6 bedrooms, large first floor master bedroom with garden tub and large walk-in closet, large private in-law apartment, 24x14 deck, 2 large barns in great condition, sap house, huge garden area, and much more. Relax on the wrap-around porch with beautiful scenic views across the valley. Located on quiet, well maintained, country road. If you want country living, this is a must see!

Beds: 6
Baths: 3
SqFt: 3035
Lot: 120.30ac

SPECIAL SALE at Lyon Mountain Blue Barn Antiques continues...

Word of our 20 % Sale must be getting around!!!

Great pieces left our 5 show-rooms Thanksgiving weekend and found new homes and will be treasured.

The #7 Enterprise Coffee grinder in pristine condition was one of these pieces and the original map case with all separate slots and brass numbers the other.

Many smalls left and will be holiday presents.

Vintage leather wingback armchair and the exquisite 2 wick cranberry glass and brass kerosene lamp are just a few of the hundreds of items waiting for new homes. In the meantime they will be well taken care of here with us.

Please visit us at 2527 Roses Brook Road, in Hobart, NY 13788
607-538-1768
Open Saturday and Sunday from 11 AM - 5 PM or by appointment  Read more

Drink, Eat, Shop, Make Merry!

Finding the perfect gift at Tay Home is easy when you can drink, eat, shop and make merry, all at once. Come visit us this weekend! We’ll take care of everyone on your list.

Artisanal teas in beautiful apothecary jarssampler gift boxes of our special blends, teaware from Turkey and Morocco. And a collection of the Catskills’ finest, handcrafted goods for great stocking stuffers! See all our holiday offerings here.  Read more

Slippery roads and a winter weather advisory

A winter weather advisory is in effect for Delaware, Greene, Schoharie, Sullivan and Ulster counties today, Friday, Dec. 5, beginning this afternoon and lasting through tomorrow morning.

The high roads in the Catskills will be icy tonight, according to a weather advisory issued by the National Weather Service in Binghamton:  Read more

This Weekend: Holiday shopping in the Catskills

Above: A festive bovine bust at Lucky Dog Farm Store in Hamden. 

Challenge: Spend every holiday shopping dollar at a Catskills merchant this month. To help you do it, here's the third installment of our holiday shopping guide. (Want even more things to do? Check out our ever-updating Catskills events calendar.) 

Here's what's happening over the weekend of Dec. 5 to 7: 

DELAWARE COUNTY  Read more

December is Safe Toy & Gifts Month

Safe toy checklist Too often, accidents involving children and toys occur and may result in eye injuries. Each year, thousands of children age 14 and younger suffered serious eye injuries, even blindness, from toys. There are three important ways you can protect your child's eyes from injuries while playing with toys: 1. Only buy toys meant for their age. 2. Show them how to use their toys safely. 3.  Read more

Celebrate the Holidays

The ornament of a house is the friends who frequent it.

Ralph Waldo Emerson: Domestic Life

A wonderful and apt thought for the holidays. We cannot improve on the words or the sentiment, but we can offer some ornamentation that might help your Christmas tree add to the cheer of your home, wrapping paper to adorn your gifts, and beautiful cards to express the warmth of the holidays. And may your holidays be filled with much friendship and joy!

Please drop by our store anytime, and note that on Saturday, December 6, Roxbury will have a variety of holiday activities, including story time in our store at 11 and 2, a holiday market at Roxbury Arts Center (Santa will be there too), wine tasting at Roxbury Wine and Spirits, and more, all capped off by the Greater Roxbury Business Association holiday potluck party—all are invited. See you there!

Walton teacher admits performing oral sex on two students

Above: Stephanie Fletcher. Photo via the New York State Police. 

Stephanie Fletcher, a 29-year-old who is accused of engaging in sex acts with students while she was a teacher at Walton Central School in 2011 and 2012, admitted to some of the crimes as part of a plea deal on Thursday, Dec. 4, according to the Walton Reporter:  Read more


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