Wednesday, 01 April 2020
Unlike making rotisserie chicken, streamside (riparian) tree plantings are not a “set it and forget it” activity.
Wednesday, 25 March 2020
You never know what you might find on a walk out in the natural world.
Wednesday, 18 March 2020
WAC researchers help to improve understanding about the likely sources and pathways for stream sedimentation associated with logging in the NYC Watershed.
Wednesday, 11 March 2020
Bugs on snow? What?
Wednesday, 04 March 2020
One week had passed since I installed trail cameras on public land in the Catskills. Was I the only animal that had stopped by?
Wednesday, 26 February 2020
This week on MyWoodlot.com, Kris Brown shares his first experience with setting up trail cameras on public land in the Catskills.
Wednesday, 19 February 2020
Winter can be overlooked as a time for outdoor activities, but it has plenty to offer.
Wednesday, 12 February 2020
Have you ever been on a winter walk and seen this?
Wednesday, 05 February 2020
The cold of winter kills off the sign of many plants that lay dormant under the snow. But there are telltale signs that stick up above the snow for us to discover.
Wednesday, 29 January 2020
Winter can be kind of a drag, but I’ve learned the best way to enjoy it is to get outside and embrace it.
Wednesday, 22 January 2020
Most of us learned growing up that ladybugs are “good bugs” but is that still true?
Wednesday, 15 January 2020
Nature inspires art. This is especially true of the Art Nouveau movement popular from 1890 to 1910. A major proponent of this style in the United States was Louis Comfort Tiffany.
Thursday, 02 January 2020
Check out this plant’s impressions! What impression do you leave?
Wednesday, 18 December 2019
The word porcupine comes from the old French word porcespin, meaning thorn pig.
Wednesday, 11 December 2019
Snow reveals wildlife activities that are usually hidden from us. It catalogs the actions of animals and holds them frozen in time for our perusal. It tells us stories.