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Two Coyotes Wilderness School turns nature into a classroom

Founded in 2000, the school uses the outdoors as the classroom for today’s digitally focused children.

Laurene Sandstrom: The dog catcher wore heels

A dog warden in a skirt and high heels? You bet!

Paul Kramer: High plains drifter

Paul Kramer took to the West and brings its cowboy ethos to work with him every day.

Pleasant pause for paws

Pleasant pause for paws Yonkers City Councilwoman Dee Barbato is doing more than casting a vote for the proposed new Yonkers Animal Shelter slated for...

Market proximity a boon in era of staycation

The Hudson Valley Resort calls itself “the perfect getaway.”

Chris Procopis: Scripting the canine great escape

During the day Chris Procopis is tracking financial due diligence, but when he’s not there he is helping to get greyhounds off the track and into homes.

Sandra-leah Barbara: The giddyup factor

If you can’t find a job, start a business. If you fall off a horse, get back on as soon as you can.

Chris Procopis: Scripting the canine great escape

During the day Chris Procopis is tracking financial due diligence, but when he’s not there he is helping to get greyhounds off the track and into homes.

Lynn Mordas fell into farming, but has come to love it

Its home-grown meat a specialty, Dashing Star Farm believes “buying local” is the only way American economy will survive and thrive and wean itself from dependence on foreign food products.

A Hopewell Junction farm is thriving with a communal take on...

Hudson Valley fiber farm reinvents agriculture with cyber farm.

Scenes from the farm

More photos from the Fiber Farm.

Monica Brown: A toast to animals

Monica Brown is most at home in Ridgefield when comfortably entertaining friends of both two and four legs.

New bedding for pets cleans up nicely

Nano Pet Products of Wilton has gone the Hendrix route to popularity, bring its wears to Europe earning them acclaim and shelf spaces Petco at home.

Back in the saddle

What do you do when you lose your eyesight? Ask Alison Dolan, who learned to ride a horse again and became the first  certified blind  therapeutic riding instructor in the U.S., can teach us all a lesson in self-confidence.

Back to nature

Dr. Michael Finkelstein spends time as a holistic healer at his Bedford farm, SunRaven.