We love the Mohawk Valley and we think you will, too!

If you love the outdoors and beautiful scenery, you’ve come to the right place. The Mohawk Valley Region is nestled between the Catskills and the Adirondacks and has a wonderfully rich history. People from all over the state have flocked to this area to enjoy hiking, cycling along the Erie Canal, and boating on the Mohawk River and Erie Canal. Not only will you find wonderful towns and villages along the way, you’ll also discover the historical significance of the area and where westward expansion began in our country.

What you’ll find here

Through our travels throughout the Mohawk Valley we have learned so much about the region. Our discoveries include incredible history, arts, tourism and community events across the valley. Our goal is to bring all that we find and share with you here at Mohawk Valley Today!

Why we do what we do

Mohawk Valley Today is the result of our love for this area. We love the opportunities we have to to experience life in this beautiful, abundant and historic place. be more self-sufficient, learn about the land and live off of the land responsibly. The land we live on has been farmed and inhabited for over 300 years. We hope to add to its story as good stewards of the land and the historical Van Slyke House which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in November 2021.

Take a break and check out some of the work we’ve been doing.

Thanks so much and we hope to see you out and about in the Mohawk Valley!

Ginny and Jim Rogers

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Mohawk Valley Today Posts

Have you been following the World Cup?

As kids, we grew up playing soccer in a small town's rural high school sports program that played throughout the Mohawk Valley.
December 5, 2022/by Jim at Mohawk Valley Today

A visit to the Fort Plain Museum and Historical Park

This week, Norm Bollen, board member of the Fort Plain Museum and Historical Park invited the Rural Placemaking Innovation Challenge (RPIC) team to visit the museum and park.
December 2, 2022/by Mohawk Valley Today
The first four players have committed to Herkimer College’s 2023 Women’s Soccer Season. From left to right, they are Sarah Davis, Kadence York, Kailee Figger, and Charity Dygert.

First Players Commit to Herkimer College’s 2023 Women’s Soccer Season

Herkimer College started preparations for the 2023 Women’s Soccer season with four local all-star players making a commitment to the Herkimer Generals athletic program.
December 1, 2022/by Mohawk Valley Today

Long-Time Parks & Trails New York Executive Director Robin Dropkin to Retire in 2023

Parks & Trails New York announced the planned retirement in 2023 of its long-time Executive Director, and distinguished environmental advocate, Robin Dropkin.
December 1, 2022/by Mohawk Valley Today
Mohawk Valley Chorus Group pic

Mohawk Valley Chorus – Making Music for Over 75 years

Bringing beautiful music to the region the Mohawk Valley Chorus presents two annual Christmas Concerts, "Sing a Merry Christmas!"
November 30, 2022/by Jim at Mohawk Valley Today

Upcoming Holiday Events starting the first weekend in December

The beginning of December brings excitement for the season and upcoming holidays events across the Mohawk Valley!
November 29, 2022/by Jim at Mohawk Valley Today

Governor Hochul Announces Transformational Projects in Little Falls

$10 Million Downtown Revitalization Initiative is Part of a Strategic Goal to Enrich the Community, Promote Business and Create Housing Opportunities
November 28, 2022/by Mohawk Valley Today

The Rice Homestead 31st Christmas Open House and Pie Sale

The 31st Annual Christmas Open House and Pie Sale at The Rice Homestead will be on Saturday, December 3rd from 12 - 4 p.m.
November 28, 2022/by Mohawk Valley Today