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12 08, 2014

Carnivores for Health

2014-08-12T13:11:20+00:00August 12th, 2014|

For New York’s Adirondack Park to be indisputably the wildest, healthiest landscape in the East, we need to welcome home Cougars and Wolves. Although Adirondack forests have recovered beautifully from past destruction, and with them [...]

22 04, 2014

White Pine Growth and Carbon Sequestration

2014-04-22T12:44:10+00:00April 22nd, 2014|

There is an ongoing debate in forestry and ecological circles about the role of young versus old forests in absorbing carbon dioxide, and consequently, sequestering carbon to help stabilize the climate. The long prevailing belief [...]

3 07, 2013

ALAP Testing at Lens Lake

2013-07-03T01:35:09+00:00July 3rd, 2013|

Peering deep into the brown waters of Lens Lake, I squint to keep track of the black and white Secchi disk as it sinks. There! A cloud of organic debris temporarily obscures the disk as [...]

25 02, 2013

The Evolution of a Nature Nut

2013-02-26T21:18:22+00:00February 25th, 2013|

Most folks, if asked, would say, “Sure, I love nature.” Who doesn’t love grass and trees and flowers and birds and butterflies and such? I certainly do. Always have. I grew up in a Michigan [...]

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