"Good Husbandry: Growing Food, Love, and Family on Essex Farm by Kristin Kimball (Scribner, New York, New York, 2019) is a follow-up to Kimball’s first book, The Dirty Life: A Memoir of Farming, Food, and Love, which came out in 2011. The Dirty Life described how Kimball and her … [Read more...] about Kristin Kimball’s Good Husbandry: Food at the Center of Life as a Marriage Matures (knowwhereyourfoodcomesfrom.com)
Essex People: Profiles of Essex, New York People
The following posts and profiles feature past and present Essex people including Essex, NY historic figures across two centuries. We hope that you enjoy reading about the individuals who shape the unique heritage of our community, and we welcome your recommendations for future profiles. If you would like to suggest (or submit) a profile to be featured on the Essex on Lake Champlain community blog please contact our People Editor, Olive Alexander. Thank you.
Champlain Area Trails (CATS) is pleased to announce that Derek Rogers has been hired as the organization’s first Development Director. Before moving to the Adirondacks earlier this year, Derek worked for The Nature Conservancy on Long Island for 11 years. He’s no stranger to … [Read more...] about Champlain Area Trails Hires Derek Rogers as Development Director
The next event in the Belden Noble Memorial Library’s Get to Know Your Neighbors series will feature Erin and Mark Hall on Thursday, October 3, at 7:00 p.m. Mark and Erin purchased their home on Lakeshore Road in 2006 and took on the task of restoring and improving the … [Read more...] about Get to Know Your Neighbors at the Library: Erin and Mark Hall
The next event in the Belden Noble Memorial Library’s Get to Know Your Neighbors series will feature Steven Kellogg on Thursday, August 22, at 7:00 p.m. Steven will talk about his long relationship with Essex that began when his grandmother told adventurous stories about her … [Read more...] about Get to Know Your Neighbors at the Library: Steven Kellogg
On Thursday, August 15 at 7:00 p.m., Betsy Tisdale will present a program on our new Amish neighbors at the Belden Noble Memorial Library. The Swartzentruber group of Amish are the most conservative. Some started moving into St. Lawrence County from eastern Ohio in 1974. Now … [Read more...] about Program on Our New Amish Neighbors at the Library