WJFF is a non-commercial community radio station in Jeffersonville, NY which has been broadcasting since 1990, providing a set of radio programming which had previously been inaccessible in the area. It is powered by 3 paid staff, nearly 100 active volunteers and a hydroelectric generator attached to a nearby dam. The station brings a mix of locally and nationally produced programs to the airwaves including NPR favorites such as "Fresh Air" and "All Things Considered" and locally-produced "Radio Chatskill" and "Ballads & Banjos" to name a few. The station is situated on the edge of Lake Jefferson, which feeds the Callicoon Creek and connects to the Delaware River in Callicoon. A hydroelectric power plant is connected to the dam on the lake and powers WJFF's broadcast studio, giving WJFF the distinction of being North America's only hydro-powered radio station.
WJFF's broadcast can be accessed by FM radio tuned to 90.5 or 94.5. It may also be streamed live at www.wjffradio.org