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Indian Lake's school garden as a welcome center for monarch butterflies

North Country Public Radio - Mon, 09/25/2023 - 22:00
Indian Lake Central School is one of a growing number of schools around the state that have gardens filled with vegetables. They're teaching tools, where children learn about gardening, and it gives them a chance to get hands-on experience with growing and eating vegetables, learning about nutrition and nature in the process.
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Enjoy early fall foliage in the Adirondacks on this trail at the Paul Smith's VIC

North Country Public Radio - Mon, 09/25/2023 - 22:00
Fall colors are changing fast in the North Country. If you head outside, you’ll see new pockets of red, orange, and yellow leaves around the region. One place to enjoy the early fall foliage is on the Black Pond trail at the Paul Smith's VIC.
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Monarch magic in Indian Lake

North Country Public Radio - Sun, 09/24/2023 - 22:00
There is a growing movement in communities around the North Country to do their part to help save monarch butterflies. Monarch numbers have dropped since the early 1990s, mainly due to a decline in milkweed, their primary food source. Garden clubs, environmental groups and even entire communities have stepped up to create ecosystems and habitats healthy for milkweed and butterflies.
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It's OK to have fun

North Country Public Radio - Sat, 09/23/2023 - 22:00
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Could you spend an entire year with no internet? Aron did.

North Country Public Radio - Thu, 09/21/2023 - 22:00
Aron Lee Rosenberg's new book is all about his year offline and what he learned about himself - and humanity - after he cut himself off completely from tech.
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You don't need to be an expert to enjoy birding

North Country Public Radio - Wed, 09/20/2023 - 22:00
Jeff Biby says he's always loved the outdoors, but never really thought about becoming a serious birder. He grew up in northern Pennsylvania, and learned some of the basics of bird watching from his grandmother. These days he and his wife, Linda, share a home in Rainbow Lake, near Paul Smith's. Linda is a Paul Smiths College graduate and then taught at the school.
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