Please join us for
ANNUAL AWARDS DINNER
6:30 P.M. – Saturday — June 8th
Saffron Indian Restaurant
130 Dolson Avenue
Middletown, New York
Every year Orange Environment honors individuals and organizations that work tirelessly towards a sustainable future in Orange County. This year we celebrate the contributions of:
Peter Lai – Developed OE’s Permaculture Certificate Training Course
Wanda Knapik – instructor of OE’s Permaculture Certificate Training Course
Sacha Spector – For Educating the public on climate change and its impact impact on the Hudson valley
Debbie Lester – Cornell Cooperative Extension – Master Gardener’s Program
Gar Wang – Organic Farmer of Warwick
Becca Tucker of Dirt Magazine – Media Award for Environmental Reporting
The Bellvale Community
A menu to please every palate • Music • Cash Bar Available • $40 in advance • $45 at door
To pay by credit card call 908-456-5399
Please make checks payable to Orange Environment, Inc. and mail to:
Orange Environment, Inc.
P.O. Box 25
Goshen, NY 10924
Click the link below to print out the registration form for the Permaculture Design Certification Course:
Permaculture Design Course Registration
Click the link below for a description of the Permaculture Design Certification Program & Class Schedule:
Permaculture Design Certification Program & Class Schedule
Orange Environment has a new email address! Please feel free to reach us at email@example.com – thank you.
Irene, Irene, best reason for restoring wetlands I’ve ever seen
In My View by Michael R. Edelstein, Ph.D.
In the recent press, now dominated by the devastation wreaked on Orange County and the region by Irene, there was scant coverage (except in the Strauss papers) of a fascinating conflict taking shape in Orange County’s black dirt region. The federal government has been purchasing land in order to restore wetlands. As demonstrated at the wonderful Wallkill River National Wildlife Reserve, mostly south of our county, the restoration of this historic region’s wetlands causes an amazing flourishing of nature, also covered in the recent press.
(visit the Press Room page to view entire article)
There are no proceeds going to Orange Environment with the sale of any composter