Schoharie Economic Enterprise Corporation (SEEC) works to foster economic growth and prosperity in Schoharie County.

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Exterior of Grapevine Farms with Halloween decorations

Grapevine Farms takes lead to bring Beverage Trail back to life 

While the Schoharie County Beverage Trail originally launched in 2015, Tim and Tracy Purcell of Grapevine Farms noticed it had fallen to the wayside in recent years. After making this observation, the Purcells began reaching out to other producers in Schoharie County, including Don and Tonda Dunbar of Middleburgh Winery, to begin working toward bringing the Beverage Trail back to life.  

Check out this article to read more about Grapevine Farms and the Schoharie County Beverage Trail!

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Wellington Herbs and Spices barn

Owners of Wellington’s Herbs and Spices provide lifelong impact

In this Times Union article, Jennifer Patterson reflects on the personal growth she experienced as a result of working for the Wellingtons 25 years ago and the lifelong impact the couple has had on her and her husband. Patterson recently returned to Schoharie County and reconnected with the Wellingtons in a variety of ways.

Be sure to read the article to learn how the Wellingtons have continued to provide opportunity, growth and unending kindness to Patterson and her husband.

Photo: Jennifer Patterson

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