Priceless commodities. Terms for things that are transient in nature, but invaluable. They might include the fresh fruit, the air we breathe, our children’s youthful innocence.
One commodity we have here in Central New York, more than in any other area of our country or even the world, is freshwater. Our health is dependent on it, our well-being is dependent on it. Our very life is dependent on it. It is priceless.
It is also a commodity. If we don’t use it cautiously and monitor it, it will be damaged and lost.
As we look to Giving Tuesday, please consider a donation to OLPA. We need freshwater. We need to preserve it. We need to protect our local priceless commodity. Our future health depends on it.
Watershed Shuffle Winners 2018
The prize winners Left to Right were:
25 Morgan Gould - 17 and under girls - first place
59 William Thornton -17 and under boys - first place
54 Bonnie Stathis - Overall Women - first place
65 Lisa Zdan - Overall Women - second place
29 Ben Hardwick - Overall Men - second place
49 Carl Santariello 17 and under boys - second place
67 Joe Bergen - Overall Men - first place