"Remember the week 6 note where Kristin mentioned Who can catch the most sunlight, and keep it? Well she’s away this week and that means I’m here to take you into the deep end of the pond regarding that sentence. Let me warn you in advance, the train of thinking I’ve been on … [Read more...] about Who Can Catch the Most Sunlight, and Keep It?
There is a two-part economical/environmental discussion series happening at the Whallonsburg Grange Hall this winter as part of its Lyceum Series. It is $5 per program and students pay half-price. The first event is Saturday, January 14 at 3pm. It is entitled: "Changes, … [Read more...] about Facing the Future: A Two-Part Discussion Series
"The end of the fall season took a long time to truly finally happen, but no matter how you cut it, the week of Thanksgiving definitively means the fall outdoor ed season has ended and the winter outdoor ed season has begun. We bid a fond farewell to Patrick Duvall as our winter … [Read more...] about We Are Great Adopters!
"Living in the Adirondacks is like no other place on earth. We are an experiment playing out on the world stage. The balancing act is between wilderness/habitat and people/economics. Though this contest is played out on every inch of the globe, no other place has constitutional … [Read more...] about Green is Gold