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On The Market - Hudson Woods Model House

by HudsonWoods

We are excited to announce that lot 07 remains the last available lot at Hudson Woods. This is the first Hudson Woods house constructed and it was held by us for the duration of the project. The house is furnished and appointed by our team and includes augmentations above and beyond many of the other Hudson Woods houses, including substantial landscaping work that has matured, a custom planter and firepit installation, a custom laundry room and other built-in shelving around the house, shades on select windows, etc.

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The Catskill Center's Thorn Preserve

by HudsonWoods

The Catskill Center is a wonderful organization dedicated protecting and fostering the environmental, cultural and economic well-being of the Catskill Region. Since 1969 they have led the effort to protect more than 700,000 acres of the catskill park and forest preserve.

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Design Meets Nature at Ocean's Edge in New York

by HudsonWoods

As an internal consultant with Lang Architecture, I’ve been fortunate to collaborate with the team on a number of wonderful projects to highlight the extraordinary achievement of bringing the worlds of design and nature together at Hudson Woods. One of the most striking things about working with the group is their sense of excitement and purpose when it comes to creative collaboration - a facet that brings much joy into the process of designing and making great work.

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Hudson Valley Trail Guide

by HudsonWoods

The Hudson Valley is chock-full of breathtaking and serene outdoor experiences. From miles of sandstone and granite cliffs to cattail-lined riverbanks onto lush forests and swimming holes, the lure of the mountains is hard to resist. Within only 15 miles of Hudson Woods, there is an abundance of scenic adventures. We have compiled a few of our favorite and family friendly spots within a quick jaunt of Hudson Woods.

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Hudson Valley Seed Library: Local Seeds, Local History

by BrittainStone

Did you ever think of seeds the way you think about books? About 10 years ago, Ken Greene, made such a metaphorical leap, and started the country's first seed lending sytem out of the Gardiner library, a stone's throw from Hudson Woods. Then a masters student and part timer there, he saw "a lot of similarities between seeds and books. Seeds are stories that we're passing on, they're not just a commodity.

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