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Vegetable gardening: The planning starts now

January 28, 2009 This month has been one to remember. more »»

A gathering of crows

January 14, 2009 “Birds of a feather.” I can still remember my Aunt Blanche using the term as an expression of displeasure and perhaps concern about the company I was keepin. more »»

Timber practices can help deer survive winter

December 31, 2008 Every year as winter sets in, I speak with hunting enthusiasts and landowners expressing concern about the ability of deer to survive without supplemental feed. more »»

Mistletoe: facts and lore

December 17, 2008 In his short story, “Christmas Eve,” Washington Irving wrote, “The mistletoe is still hung up in farm-houses and kitchens at Christmas, and the young men have the privilege of kissing the girls unde... more »»

CCE offering snowmobile safety certification

December 3, 2008 Almost any northern New Yorker will tell you that cold weather is no reason to stay indoors, that outdoor recreation is here to be had year round and that one of the most exciting ways to enjoy... more »»

Winter care for houseplants

November 5, 2008 Although taking plants from the wild and bringing them indoors would seem to defy all things natural, evidence of wild plants being successfully cultivated indoors can be found in writings dating... more »»

Giant pumpkins — more than just a fad

October 22, 2008 It’s a competitive sport. Traditional. It requires hard work, determination, discipline, attentiveness, patience and the ability to anticipate. more »»

Maple confections workshop offered

October 8, 2008 On Wednesday, Oct. more »»

Burn wood safely and efficiently

September 10, 2008 Here it is, mid-September. more »»

Biomass: Sustainable energy for the future

August 27, 2008 Imagine, if you will, that our next big energy resource find is the single most important energy find ever, and that it’s not in the oil fields of the Middle East, the former Soviet Union or... more »»

Workshop to look at ’98 ice storm tree damage

August 13, 2008 North Country residents are certainly no strangers to harsh, dangerous, unpredictable weather. more »»

Experience 4-H at the Franklin County Fair

July 30, 2008 The 2008 Franklin County Fair is about to get into full swing. more »»

Regional recycling project is getting underway

July 16, 2008 Traditionally, forages and grain have been stored in buildings made of wood, steel, and/or concrete. These include cribs, tower silos, bunker silos and barns. more »»

Succession planting for higher garden yields

July 2, 2008 Let’s face it, anyone who plants a vegetable garden wants to benefit by yielding as much from his or her garden as possibl. more »»

Local farmers’ markets opening for summer

June 18, 2008 Freshly picked vegetables and fruits, homemade baked goods, locally prepared, pickled, brewed and smoked goods — all this and more — are on sale at the local farmers’ market. more »»

Private forest management program offered

June 4, 2008 Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) and the Northern Adirondack Chapter of the New York Forest Owners Association (NYFOA) have recently announced the first of three forest woodswalk workshops being... more »»

Enjoying the trails safely

May 21, 2008 Whether you’re looking for a short hike to a hidden pond for an afternoon picnic or searching for a panoramic mountain vista at the end of a picturesque hiking trail; whether you seek the sanctuary... more »»

 
 
 

 

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