This Week at the Market

It’s apple season… and acorn squash… and butternut squash. But we’re not saying goodbye to summer yet! Come listen to the music of Doug Decker and enjoy some coffee and fresh baked treats from our vendors, Le Marais Chocolat, Middlefield Orchard, Italian Cookie Home, and By the Handful. It’s an […] Read more »

Otsego 2000 Seeks Court Review of FERC Decision Ignoring Climate Impacts

On May 18, 2018 the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a decision regarding greenhouse gas emissions. It stated that the federal agency will no longer evaluate reasonably foreseeable greenhouse gas impacts associated with the upstream production or downstream consumption of natural gas when reviewing pipeline projects. Otsego 2000 has […] Read more »

Solar and Renewable Energy Policy

  Otsego 2000 is dedicated to protecting the historic, environmental and agricultural resources of  Otsego County and the greater Otsego Lake region. We call for energy conservation to reduce reliance on fossil fuels. We strongly support solar energy development that is compatible with our agricultural resources and environment. Read our […] Read more »

Spring Recipes from the Market

Time to plan some new Spring menus, after that long, cold winter. We have lamb and chicken recipes for the spring and so much more. Visit our recipe page and choose from dozens of scrumptious appetizers, main courses and desserts. Then shop the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market for all the ingredients you will need. Don’t forget to set […] Read more »

Register for Bicycling Skills 123 Class

  Bicycling Skills 123 Class Friday May 11th  3:00 pm – 7:00 pm Thank you to all who attended the April 21st Bicycling Skills Class. The Otsego Regional Cycling Advocates (ORCA) are hosting a second class for youth, (age 7 years and up) and adults on Friday, May 11th from […] Read more »

Send in Your Nomination for 2017 Historic Preservation Awards

We are accepting nominations for the 2017 Historic Preservation Awards. These awards recognize owners, builders, and craftspeople in Otsego and Schoharie Counties who have rehabilitated historic homes, commercial and municipal buildings and who have preserved the cultural landscapes of our communities. Nominations are due by March 30, 2018. Download the 2017 […] Read more »