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Storm replanting gets share of grant

Schoharie River Center team to replace vegetation

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Planting greenery to restore land denuded by Tropical Storm Irene is among projects sharing $50,000 in grant money from the state’s new Mohawk River Basin Program. The money, announced Thursday by the state Department of Environmental Conservation, represents the first outlay for a focus on the Mohawk and its tributaries created in 2009. Grants of up to $10,000 from the state’s Environmental Protection Fund will support projects by municipalities and organizations looking to fix damage, ...


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