Winner of lifetime hunting license sponsored by Seneca Meadows
December 23, 2020
SENECA FALLS — Sawyer Updike of Seneca County has a lifetime of hunting ahead.
Updike recently was announced as the winner of the Seneca Falls Ducks Unlimited annual Greenwing lifetime NYS hunting license. Read More
Trevor’s Gift in Waterloo gets hefty support from Seneca Meadows December 9, 2020
Seneca Meadows Landfill has made a significant contribution to Trevor’s Gift, which is a backpack feeding program in Waterloo.
Seneca Meadows supports equality event in Seneca Falls December 1, 2020
Seneca Meadows recently presented a donation to support the 7th biennial Seneca Falls Dialogues – Disrupting the Past, Questioning the Present, and Building the Future. 2020 marks the centennial of the 19th amendment, recognizing both its historical importance but also the unequal effects of the legislation. The 2020 Dialogues seek to provoke discussion, inspire action, and foster community in this moment.
Seneca Meadows, Cintas partner on safety vest donation to Seneca County Head Start November 26, 2020
Seneca Meadows and Cintas recently partnered on a donation of child high visibility safety vests for the entire student body of the Seneca County Head Start program.
Seneca Meadows supports FLX chapter of Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation November 14, 2020
Seneca Meadows, Cornell Cooperative Extension and Seneca County partner on electronics recycling October 31, 2020
Seneca Meadows, Ducks Unlimited support Port Byron Restoration Conservation Project October 29, 2020
Seneca Meadows recognizes 104 days incident free October 22, 2020
Seneca Meadows thanks Seneca County law enforcement at Back the Blue rally September 27, 2020
Making a Difference: Community Partnerships Keep Dollars Local; Feed Those in Need September 21, 2020
LODI — The Lodi Food Pantry announced recently that Seneca Meadows, Inc. and Blue Heron Farm have made several donations this year to provide additional assistance and make up for the added demand from the community as a result of the employment and economic fallout from the COVID-19 crisis.
SMI makes significant contribution to Seneca County House of Concern amid Pandemic July 24, 2020
The Seneca County House of Concern announced that Seneca Meadows, Inc. has made several donations between April and July to provide additional assistance to make up for the added demand from the community as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Making a difference: Trevor’s Gift Food Backpack summer program July 14, 2020
WATERLOO — Families that depend on food for their children from the Trevor’s Gift program in the summer can rest easy.
Seneca Meadows lauded for support of Ducks Unlmited June 25, 2020
SENECA FALLS — With its most recent contribution, Seneca Meadows Landfill has surpassed the $50,000 mark for contributions in support of Ducks Unlimited over the past 17 years.
A guide to finding the perfect date spots: Hike around Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve June 24, 2020
According to Census Reporter, 48% of the population in Seneca Falls is single. But if you’ve been planning a casual date or a romantic place to meet new people, Seneca Falls offers a variety of activities to explore. In fact, couples claim to have met their special ones at the local waterfalls, local diners, wineries, and even while strolling through the natural surroundings of Seneca Meadows. So, if you want to increase your chances of finding the perfect match, there are several places to go on your first date.
Countless businesses chip in to help feed students in Seneca County’s school districts April 7, 2020
Thousands of meals will be delivered this week to children enrolled in each of Seneca County’s four school districts. Among the items packaged for lunch will be an individually-wrapped, 14-oz piece of mild cheddar cheese from the Muranda Cheese Company in Waterloo.
House of Concern gets money for meals through Seneca Meadows donation February 24, 2020
Seneca County House of Concern announced that it recently received a donation for 1000 meals from its ongoing partnership with Seneca Meadows, Inc.
Wild native bees continue to be studied at wetlands preserve February 6, 2020
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) student Molly Jacobson along with SUNY ESF professors Michael Schummer, Melissa Fierke, and Donald Leopold, began studying native bee assemblages and their plant-pollinator associations among wetland management treatments at the Seneca Meadows Wetlands Preserve in Seneca Falls and the Montezuma Wetlands Complex in Savannah last summer. The update report outlined several highlights for 2019, and sets the ongoing stage for 2020 research.
Seneca Housing gets boost from Seneca Meadows February 4, 2020
Seneca Housing, Inc announced that it recently received a boost from its ongoing partnership with Seneca Meadows, Inc. with a donation to purchase countertops and smoke alarms.
Christmas Promise volunteers build 250 bikes for area children January 7, 2020
SENECA FALLS — Volunteers helped build 250 bicycles through Christmas Promise, a program supported by Seneca Meadows that distributes bikes to area children at Christmas.