Articles by Amy Dunkin
Press on November 02, 2021 | No Comments
In our community, we take great pride in our homes and want our lawns, trees, and plants to look beautiful. But we shouldn’t have to pretty up our yards at […]
Press on October 28, 2021 | No Comments
From Nyack News & Views: Earth Matters by Joel Newton, Lorien Barlow, and Janine Reimann As summer yields to fall, we cherish autumnal traditions: foliage gazing, the smell of fallen […]
Press on October 26, 2021 | No Comments
By Margaret Renkl Ms. Renkl is a contributing Opinion writer who covers flora, fauna, politics and culture in the American South. NASHVILLE — Into these perfect October afternoons, when light gleams […]
- Press on April 11, 2021 | No Comments
PMHS alum’s Regrowth Project cleans local parks and beaches, recycles plastics, spreads environmental messagePosted in Press on January 25, 2021 | No Comments
Former PMHS student Sam Farrell has created a fun, safe and profitable way to help the environment with his new company, the Regrowth Project (RGP).
Press on October 10, 2020 | No Comments
A major grant to the Village of Pelham will go towards establishing a food scrap drop-off site.
Press on May 08, 2020 | No Comments
With Pelhamites Fiona Watt, senior advisor of horticulture and forestry at the NYC Parks Department, and Rich Heller of the Village of Pelham Sustainability Advisory Board Climate Task Force.
Event Photos & Videos, Press on March 07, 2020 | No Comments
On Monday, February 3, Ron Kamen of EarthKind Energy spoke on the topic, “Electric Vehicles: How to Save $$$ and Reduce Your Carbon Footprint.” The program was the first of […]
- Event Photos & Videos, Press on January 05, 2020 | No Comments
Event Photos & Videos, Press on November 12, 2019 | No Comments
EcoPel hopes events like its first vegan cooking contest will prompt more people to consume plant-based food, which is healthy and beneficial to our planet.