Lissa Harris

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Lissa Harris is the founder and publisher of the Watershed Post.


Mar. 16, 2010
If you're a farmer, odds are you don't have $100,000 in your back pocket for an M.B.A. But you've got business problems that would keep Warren Buffett up at night. How do you get your perishable wares to eaters (and, of course, buyers) of food? Finding... Read more
Mar. 11, 2010
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Mar. 8, 2010
Catskills tsunami: A couple of feet of snow in late winter, followed by heavy rain. Anybody who was in the Margaretville area in 1996 can attest to the awesome might of a little poorly-timed rain. (Fourteen years ago, I was standing on my mother's front... Read more
Mar. 3, 2010
Little Catskills towns have a funny way of messing with your plans. Five years ago, staunch Brooklynites Frank and Cherie Davis settled in Roxbury (population: 2,509), thinking it would be a cozy spot from which to run their web design business.... Read more
Feb. 25, 2010
The DEP issued a press release yesterday touting a new $5.2 million computer system that will allow the agency to do more advanced data modeling of the reservoirs. The goal: better water quality, and less flooding. (Hopefully the two go together.) When... Read more
Feb. 14, 2010
The Greenville Press seems to have evaporated, along with its publisher Linda Fenoff. All Greenville and New Baltimore residents are hereby invited to send us news items and tips on upcoming events they'd like to see covered. Send them by email (editor@... Read more
Feb. 13, 2010
The Evening Sun reports that a Chenango County board of supervisors meeting this week got unusually feisty on the topic of natural-gas hydrofracking. Supervisor Ross Iannello kicked off the discussion about local exploration and drilling by asking for... Read more