Purchase – Waterfalls of New York State

Waterfalls of New York State

Posted January 1, 2014  /   By Edward Smathers  /  0 Comments

Waterfalls of New York State Purchase Here For almost a year Edward M. Smathers was involved in a team project, with Scott Ensminger and David Schryver, creating a new waterfall guide for New York State. Being tasked with the photography aspect of the project, along with written descriptions of over 25 of the waterfalls, was …

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The book “Waterfalls of New York State”

Posted December 28, 2012  /   By Edward Smathers  /  0 Comments

Features more than 100 scenic waterfall destinations throughout New York State. New York State is home to arguably the most famous waterfall in the world, Niagara Falls. But thanks to its diverse terrain and an abundance of rivers and streams, the state also boasts more than 2,000 other waterfalls. From delicate cascades to thundering cataracts, …

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Update – New York State Waterfalls | Dig The Falls

Posted December 16, 2012  /   By Edward Smathers  /  0 Comments

New York State Waterfalls | Dig The Falls | NY Waterfalls and NY Nature |Waterfalls of New York State « New York Waterfalls, Nature and Now So Much More! Dig The Falls | NY Waterfalls and NY Nature |Waterfalls of New York State. It has been some time since our site has been updated. Much …

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Falls area to be closed – Times Union

Posted May 25, 2012  /   By Edward Smathers  /  0 Comments

POESTENKILL — A nature preserve at one of Rensselaer County’s most picturesque waterfalls is being closed to the public after repeated efforts failed to keep people from swimming, drinking and littering there. via Falls area to be closed – Times Union. This is an unfortunate, but all too common story about the areas around the falls …

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“Waterfalls of New York State” Release Date Set!!

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Posted May 8, 2012  /   By Edward Smathers  /  0 Comments

“Waterfalls of New York State” – Pre-order now available. Features more than 100 scenic waterfall destinations throughout New York State. New York State is home to arguably the most famous waterfall in the world, Niagara Falls. But thanks to its diverse terrain and an abundance of rivers and streams, the state also boasts more than …

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Things to Do – Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance

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Posted April 2, 2012  /   By Edward Smathers  /  0 Comments

Here is something that I was able to find that most of your would love – More things to do in the Finger Lakes Region!! Things to do in the Finger Lakes A getaway to the Finger Lakes can be peaceful and calming, but it will definitely never be boring! There are countless activities that …

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Online Newsletters – NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation

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Posted March 23, 2012  /   By Edward Smathers  /  0 Comments

Online Newsletters DEC publishes a number of newsletters on various topics. Some are targeted to specific audiences, while others are appropriate for families. The following list of some of our most popular newsletters will help you find a DEC newsletter that’s right for you. DEC Outdoor Discovery - biweekly email that encourages New Yorkers to explore …

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New York Camping Guide 2012

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Posted March 14, 2012  /   By Edward Smathers  /  0 Comments

New York Camping Guide 2012 Press the link above to grab your 2012 Camping guide for New York State. This link is provided publicly by  New York Parks and Historical Sites and on Facebook. Thank you!! Check out all the Facebook pages “liked” by these guys: Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance, Dutchess County Tourism,Johnson Hall State Historic Site, SUNY-ESF, Sunken …

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Posted Property – The Stories: Part II

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Posted January 29, 2012  /   By DigTheFalls  /  0 Comments

Information about posted and private property that everyone should know.   …Recently my fianc and I took a waterfalling excursion to the Hudson Valley Region. The waterfall in question: Judd Falls. The location: Cherry Valley. The limiting factor: Trespassing Or was it?… Perspective Two: Ina Saltzis an example of another land owner that was lucky …

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Great Non-Profit Organizations!

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Posted January 23, 2012  /   By DigTheFalls  /  0 Comments

The Great Animal Rescue Chase The Great Animal Rescue Chase celebrates the art of animal rescue with a worldwide race to rescue one million. Its a free event, open to all, and is perhaps the only global animal rescue event aimed at helping any animal in distress, anywhere in the world. Our ambition is to …

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Dig The Falls 2011 Promo Video!

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Posted January 20, 2012  /   By DigTheFalls  /  0 Comments

In an effort to add more content and information to our site, a collaborative effort has been put in place with a number of professionals devoted to raising awareness on New York State Waterfalls and Natural areas. Below is a video created to raise interest in these efforts. There will be more videos added as …

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Posted Property – The Stories: Part I

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Information about posted and private property that everyone should know.   Recently my fianc and I took a waterfalling excursion to the Hudson Valley Region. The waterfall in question: Judd Falls. The location: Cherry Valley. The limiting factor: Trespassing Or was it? There were two possible ways to access this waterfall. One provided a small …

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Posted Property – The Facts

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Posted January 16, 2012  /   By DigTheFalls  /  0 Comments

The Facts:   Here are the cold hard facts you will need to know when you set off to visit your next waterfall, and any other consequent set of falls. The New York Department of Environmental Conservation (NYDEC) has a wonderful page full of questions and answers that will cover almost all of the questions …

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Welcome to the new Dig The Falls!!

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Posted December 31, 2011  /   By DigTheFalls  /  0 Comments

Whether you are a continued supporter of Dig The Falls or are a new visitor, welcome!! Since it’s inception in 2005 Dig The Falls has undergone many changes in appearance and focus. At first DTF offered up an informational site pertaining only to waterfalls: “Promoting New York State Waterfalls and Nature!”. This original site was …

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