- Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy, Delmar, NY. Founded in 1992 to protect natural, scenic, and cultural landscapes in the Mohawk and Hudson Valley. Eighteen public preserves currently exist in the Capital Region.
- The Old Stone Fort, Schoharie, NY. Built in 1772, the fort contains artifacts from the Revolutionary War and highlights the history of the Schoharie Valley and settlement of its Dutch and German communities. The museum displays the first fire engine used in the U.S. Its complex of buildings also includes a replica of a covered bridge and an ancient cemetery.
- Miller Printing, Amsterdam, NY. A commercial printing and lithographic company formed in 1982, Miller’s printing motto "Your Trusted Leader in Promotional Products," reflects the excellent customer service they consistently provide.
- Iroquois Indian Museum, Howes Cave, NY represents the world's most comprehensive collection of modern Iroquois Art. Interactive children's areas introduce youth to Iroquois traditions. Nature park trails are open year-round, and Labor Day weekend highlights include the Iroquois Festival.
- Apple Barrel Country Store and Café, Schoharie, NY. Unique home decor, trendy gifts, boutique clothing and farm-to-table lunches in the café daily. Dinners on Fridays and Saturdays feature NYS wine and beer.
- The Esperance Historical Museum, Esperance, NY. A hidden gem of a small town museum displaying the treasures of a community founded in 1818. Don’t miss the Esperance Bicentennial Celebration in July!
- Bob’s Trees, near Galway, NY. Best known as a "cut your own Christmas tree farm” since 1942, this family-owned nursery and garden center has been a favorite destination for many of its loyal customers.
This year’s Biggest Tree Hunt will kick off on May 1 and will focus on the three biggest trees in the region, regardless of the species. Information will be available on the Arboretum website, www.landisarboretum.org.