If mushrooms are the gateway food to vegetarianism, the Bird, Tree & Garden Club might be an enabler.
After spending years lamenting the lack of political action on climate change, Julia Wilson decided to stop complaining and start acting. Wilson, a math professor at SUNY Fredonia, had heard talk about the largest climate change event in history, the People’s Climate March, which was scheduled to take place in New York City on Sept. 23, 2014.
If someone were to read Terence Mosher’s profile on ratemyprofessors.com, that person would probably wish he or she were a…
Chautauqua Lake is lucky to live in a region that recognizes its value. According to Dave McCoy, the Chautauqua County Watershed coordinator, Chautauqua County is the only county in the state to use two-thirds of its occupancy tax for tourism and one-third specifically to protect lakes and waterways.
Mina Miller Edison might be historically known as the wife of Thomas Edison, but she has become a local celebrity at Chautauqua for her contributions to the Institution. But Chautauquan folklore isn’t always the most accurate source of information.
Since its founding, Chautauqua Institution has taken measures to improve and beautify its local environment in order to serve the people who inhabit it. In the nearby city of Jamestown, one organization is trying to do the same thing for a very different community.
When Sam Van Aken was confronted with the decision of whether to remain in his family business or to branch out, he found he was able to do both.
MATT BURKHARTT File Photo Chautauqua Institution has implemented a Sustainable Shoreline Action Plan to guide ongoing efforts to maintain and improve…
Pari Tuthill appreciates seeing the fruits of her labor — sometimes literally. “I don’t know who wouldn’t enjoy gardening,” said…
While most Chautauquans were home for the winter, the gardens, landscapes, buildings and grounds staff and crews were busy continuing to make Chautauqua Institution a more sustainable community.