Did you know that there are just shy of one hundred contributors to Essex on Lake Champlain? Now that’s a community blog!
In just over four years the Essex blog has evolved into a robust, collaborative, hyperlocal media outlet by the community, for the community. Congratulations to everyone who has been contributing, and an extra enthusiastic “Bravo!” to those who have become frequent bloggers. What a remarkable way to celebrate our heritage and lifestyle for readers near and far. Thank you for helping transform this dream into reality.
Become a Contributor
Creating content for the Essex blog empowers you to celebrate the community and lifestyle you love.
Contributing to Essex on Lake Champlain is easier than Facebook, and yet your posts will automatically/simultaneously be published on Facebook (and Twitter) to help leverage our (and your) existing social networks. Unlike Facebook and Twitter updates that “drown” in digital data a few days (or even hours) after they are published, your Essex blog posts can thrive for years.
Innovative, compelling blog posts take on lives of their own. They are shared on social media, emailed and forwarded by future customers, linked to from other websites, quoted by other bloggers and mainstream media, and indexed by search engines that help potential customers learn about you, your work, and your Essex community.
Creating content for the Essex blog empowers you to promote and celebrate the community and lifestyle you love. With thousands of readers visiting Essex on Lake Champlain every month, this is an opportunity to connect and build meaningful, long-term relationships directly with the people who matter to you, your enterprise and our community.
How to Contribute
- Have a one-time submission? Click here to send us your content, and we’ll transform into a post.
- Want to become an Essex blogger? Contact us to pitch your blog post idea(s) and/or ask questions.
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Essex Blog Contributors
Here is a list of all the content creators who have published posts on Essex on Lake Champlain. Thanks, team!
Founded in 1897 and chartered in 1909, the Ticonderoga Historical Society advances the preservation and interpretation of history through its collections, programs and community outreach.
The Crux: Champlain Valley Climbing Center is located at 56 Rogers Lane in Willsboro, NY. Call 518.963.4646 or visit www.ClimbTheCrux.com to learn more. ...Read more
Pok-O-MacCready Outdoor Education Center (PMOEC) is located at 1391 Reber Road in Willsboro, NY. Each year more than 50 schools and groups bring students to the Outdoor Education Center. These groups ...Read more
Ken Hughes Supervisor Town of Essex, New York email@example.com (518) 963-4287 http://www.essexnewyork.com
AdkAction creates projects that address unmet needs, promote vibrant communities, and preserve the character of the Adirondacks. AdkAction is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
Jennifer Moore teaches Music to Pre-K through 12 students at Willsboro Central School. She is also head of the Music Department.
The Committee for Economic Vitality in Essex (CEVE) is an effort to promote and encourage economic vitality, quality of life and sense of community in Essex, our hamlets and surrounding areas. Follow ...Read more
The Essex Ice Cream Cafe is located at 2314 Main Street in Essex, NY.
Edward “Ted” Cornell is the proprietor of The Art Farm at Crooked Brook Studios in Wadhams, NY.
Ron Jackson is Chief of the Essex Fire Department.
Elizabethtown Community Hospital PO Box 277, 75 Park Street Elizabethtown, NY 12932 518-873-3003
Cornell Cooperative Extension puts knowledge to work in pursuit of economic vitality, ecological sustainability and social well-being. We bring local experience and research based solutions togeth ...Read more
James Graves is one of the owners and operators of Full and By Farm in Essex, NY.
John Brown Lives! is a non-profit organization supporting human rights and social justice issues in the memory of Abolitionist John Brown.
Lora Langston is the director of the Elizabethtown Library Association.
Rick Dalton is President of College For Every Student (collegefes.org).