At Fort Wadsworth on Staten Island, the National Park Service uses goats as a 100% green method of cutting down harmful vegetation encroaching on the historic structures there.
The story of Roxbury Farm in Kinderhook, NY, whose operating costs are covered by its 1,100 strong public shareholders who all hold a stake in the Farm.
A kayak trip down Foundry Cove in Coldspring, NY, led by Ned Sullivan, Executive Director of Scenic Hudson.
A tour of Rokeby Farm, an old house in Barrytown, NY owned by the Aldrich family since 1688.
A look at Superior Concept Monster Design, a costume shop based in a Barrytown, NY barn, which designs the costumes for New York’s Village Halloween Parade.
A look at an ice breaker ship in Rhinecliff, NY that clears the ice on the Hudson River channel each winter.
Bob Gabrielson has been ice fishing on the Hudson in Nyack, NY since he was 12 years old.
Painter Leigh Palmer, resident of Hudson, NY, talks about his technique and what it’s like to be a modern-day Hudson River landscape artist.
A tour of the old Saugerties Lighthouse in Saugerties, NY.
Footage of an “ice yacht” in action: the Vixen in Athens, NY, which was built in 1885 in Carthage Landing (now Chelsea), NY. An interview with its captain, Reid Bielenberg.