Dear Rogers

Baby fawns are seen alone frequently. The mother will stay away to avoid leading predators to their young, but they return at dusk and dawn to care for them. Dear Rogers, What should I do if I find an injured animal? Sincerely, Caring for Critters Dear Caring, We...

Truck Donation from Jim Webb

Friends of Rogers was so happy to receive a donation of this Truck from Jim Webb and Lok n Logs. The truck was needed to haul sap from our Sugar-bush to Heartwood Maple in Sherburne. The photo shows Nick Lowe of Lok n Logs, handing over the keys and title of the truck...

The 9th Annual Spring Frolic Cancellation News

As the COVID-19 outbreak approached on March 10th, we took guidance from the Department of Health and followed CDC guidelines and decided to cancel the 9th annual Spring Frolic on March 12th, only one week prior to the expected event. Our first call was to each of the...

In Memoriam – Laura Carey

It is with profound sadness and shock that we report the passing of our dear friend and longtime colleague, Laura Carey, on March 8, 2020. Laura passed peacefully, surrounded by her longtime partner, Deb Whitman, and several friends. She had developed peritoneal...

Letter from the Board of Directors on COVID -19

March 25, 2020 Dear Rogers Center enthusiast, We are very fortunate to live in upstate New York and to have access to such diverse outdoor environments. Having access to a beautiful property like Rogers Center with more than 6-miles of hiking trails and 600-acres of...