Apple Pond Farm
and Renewable Energy Education Center
Over the years, Apple Pond Farm has been featured in magazines, journals and newspapers.
Here are links to some of those articles
"Nadine Fattaleh is no shrinking violet. At 18, she left the security and familiarity of her home in Jordan to pursue an economics degree at Columbia University, decided when she got there to tack on a second major in sustainable development and now hopes to add a minor in visual arts as well. Knowing that there is a real-world gap between economic theory and practice, she signed on for an 18-day internship as a WWOOFer under the international program Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF). Fattaleh left Apple Pond Farm and Renewable Energy Center in Callicoon Center on June 4, by her own admission, a changed woman"
Dick Riseling, former executive director and now board member of Sullivan Alliance for Sustainable Development (SASD), honored at a fundraising event at the Catskill Art Society