Stephen Hadcock, Beginning Farmer Educator for Cornell Cooperative Extension, told The Enterprise that, over the last decade or longer, he’s seen an increase in the number of people who have taken steps to start their own farm. The Enterprise spoke with Hadcock and new Berne farmer Todd Gallup for insight into the process of starting a farm from scratch. 

Coronavirus overview

COVID-19 cases grow at UAlbany

With 29 more COVID-19 cases before Sept. 25, the University at Albany would have to move to remote classes for two weeks.

 

 

 

Opinion

Compromise in the late 1700s moved a new nation forward. We could learn from that example now — on both a national and local level. Where is the domestic tranquility, where is the promotion of the general welfare, where are the blessings of liberty today that the Constitution set out to secure?

Guilderland

The state reached a record high for COVID-19 tests while the infection rate stayed below 1 percent.

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Regional

A lawsuit filed by a former Albany County employee who alleges that County Executive Daniel McCoy punished her for backing the political candidates he favored has been settled for four out of five of the defendants, including Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy.

New Scotland

In the early 1980s, the former Feura Bush school was sold and six local boys were without a place to play.

Hilltowns

Vandalism was discovered in Westerlo’s town park this week, with graffiti artwork and crude phrases scrawled around the pavilion. 

 

 

 

 

 

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