Press Room

 

5/4/12: Daily Freeman: Land Trust hires engineer for Rail Trail study

5/3/12: Visit Vortex Hudson Valley: The Dig Kids: A Down-to-Earth Community Youth Program

4/4/12: Fats in the Cats: Rail Trail Clean-up Volunteers Sought

4/4/12:  Daily Freeman: Rail Trail Clean-up Volunteers Sought

3/2/12: The Real Dirt on Gardening Blog: Kingston, NY Rivals Detroit in Commitment to Urban Farming

2/29/12: Kingston Times: Greener and Greener

February, 2012:  Scenic Hudson: Connecting Valley Residents with Fresh, Local Food. 

2/21/12:  Daily Freeman:  Kingston Mayor Shayne Gallo Names New Head of Economic Development

2/19/12: Daily Freeman: “In Land They Trust

2/2/12:   Kingston Land Trust Announces new Board of Directors in the Daily Freeman

1/27/12:  Kingston Land Trust Rail Trail Committee Receives Capacity Building Grant from PTNY.

12/21/11: Kingston Now on RNN Television

12/12/11:  Daily Freeman: Preparing for a new crop: With first successful season complete, Dig Kids look ahead.

11/30/11:  Main Street Manager Blog: People who make Kingston special – Steve Noble

8/23/11: Daily Freeman News Item: South Pine Street City Farm Launches Midtown Farm Stand

8/3/11: Mid Hudson News: Kingston Common Council Supports Community Gardens

6/9/11: Kingston Times:  Different Flowers in One Garden – Emotional Ceremony Rededicates Mt. Zion Burial Ground

6/6/11: Daily Freeman: In Kingston, an African-American Burial Ground is Rededicated

6/4/11: Daily Freeman:  Kingston Burial Ground in Spotlight on Sunday

6/2/11: Kingston Times: Regretfully Yours

6/1/11: Hudson Valley Magazine:   African-American Cemeteries History Uncovered

5/30/11: Daily Freeman: Honoring the Dead: Once Forgotten Kingston Cemetery to be rededicated.

5/27/11: Daily Freeman: Church in Kingston apologizes for slavery.

5/16/11: Daily Freeman: Scrutiny of the Bounty: Kingston’s First Urban Farm Up and Running in Midtown

5/12/11: Kingston Times:  Living off the Land – Learn about sustainability 17th-Century Style at Kingston’s Senate House this Saturday.

5/12/11: Daily Freeman: Group Focuses on Kingston’s African-American Culture.

5/5/11:  Kingston Times: Out with the New: Senate House Heritage Weekend Fest Focuses on Making Old Ways Hip Again.

4/28/11: Kingston Times: City Farm – Spring Plantings Signal the Return of Life to a Quarter Acre on South Pine Street.

4/7/11: Kingston Times:  Trust in Spring: KLT Has Gardening, Yoga, Rail Trail Programs in mind for this year.

2/24/11: Kingston Times:  The Proper Respect

1/6/11: Almanac Weekly: Right On Track

12/29/10: Main Street Manager Blog: People Who Make Kingston Special

12/16/10: The Kingston Times:  Imagine – KLT Contemplates Rail Trails Through Midtown

10/31/10:  The Times Herald Record: Farm to Sprout – Facility will help teens learn.

8/19/10: The Kingston Times writes about the recent tour of the African-American Burial Ground. “Flesh and Blood: African American Burial Ground Reveals Hidden and Painful Past”.

8/5/10: The Kingston Times announces Rebecca Martin as Executive Director. Read about it HERE

3/25/10: The Kingston Times recent article on community citizenship can be found here.

7/5/09: Chronogram praises Victory Gardens in this story.

7/5/09: The Daily Freeman profiles Rebecca Martin’s work and talks on how the Victory Garden Project has caught on in the city of Kingston. Check it out HERE.

5/18/09: Roll Magazine profiled Rebecca Martin and her work on community gardens. Check it out HERE.

5/18/09: The Wilbur Avenue Community Garden is announced by Paul Kirby in today’s Daily Freeman Editorial. Read HERE.

4/28/09: The Kingston City Hall Victory Garden Project is featured in today’s Daily Freeman Editorial. Read HERE.

4/23/09: The Kingston Daily Freeman wrote about the Victory Garden groundbreaking at City Hall. Read the article, HERE.

4/16/09: The Kingston Times did a story on the City Hall Victory Garden, discussing its origins and significance. Read the story HERE.

4/14/09: Journalist Jonah Engle did a follow-up piece on the Organic Garden at the White House and the ‘Eat The View’ Campaign and featured our City Hall Victory Garden in this national piece. Read HERE.

4/8/09: In this story that appeared in the Kingston Daily Freeman, Rebecca Martin discusses the installation of a raised bed at her home for growing vegetables. Read the article HERE.

3/26/09: The Kingston Times tells the story of the formation of The Kingston Land Trust. Read HERE.

12/29/08: This article details the community garden work and its importance to the community. Read the story from the Kingston Daily Freeman, HERE.

11/20/08: Read about our last fund raiser! Pat Metheny and Larry Grenadier performed to benefit the Kingston Land Trust and our Victory/City garden intiative. Read HERE.