Tue 1, 2018Take Our Website Accessibility Survey!
Help SALT make Trails to Tales more accessible by taking our interactive survey! As part of of our Website Accessibility Project, we’d like to get feedback from as many people as possible on how we can improve our site for all of our visitors, especially for people with disabilities. Directions: Spend some time exploring theRead More
Surveys for the Trails to Tales Website Accessibility Project began Wednesday, October 11 as SALT met with participants at the A.R.C. to discuss how to improve website usability for people with disabilities. A.R.C. participants and staff members met with Sarah Roberts, project coordinator, to explore trailstotales.org on tablets and answer questions about how to makeRead More
SALT Development has been awarded a $15,000 grant by The Marjorie Doyle Rockwell Fund for the Disabled of the Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region to make the Trails to Tales of Schoharie County website more accessible for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, have photosensitivity, low vision, and/or other disabilities. InRead More
Mon 1, 2017Unfolding an Adventure
I had been blazing a trail along the Route 30 corridor on a daily basis for three years, from Sullivan to Schenectady County, before I really came to know Schoharie County. I’ve memorized every crack, dip, and bend in the road. As I passed through Schoharie County, this non-native was filled with curiosity about theRead More
Sun 1, 2017Spotlight
By Lin Quinn “Hello, may I place an order please?” “Of course! What’s the name of your company?” “Under the Nose.” “Excuse me?” “Under the Nose.” “I’m sorry,” chuckling can be heard. “Did you say, Under the Nose?” Phone calls like this happen a lot to Lin and Tom Quinn, who opened their gift andRead More