Terrifying Rocks,Better Ag Sludge, Extended Growing Seasons, and a Jurassic Insect Discovered at Walmart
March is almost out the door, and we haven't done our econews episode! The wait is over!! Join us as we discuss beach plastic, an insect with a mistaken identity, a facelift for ag sludge, and what warmer weather over a long period of time means for our forests. Don't miss this episode!
What's the Buzz about Buzzards?
In honor of Buzzards Day (March 15th), we decided to pay homage to our mysterious avian friend, the buzzard (otherwise known as the turkey vulture). Join us as we discuss everything buzzard, including what you call a group of buzzards. Don't miss this episode!
Collecting maple sap for syrup-making is a rite of passage into the spring season. But what if we told you that you could tap more than just the old maple in the backyard? Join us as we talk about collecting sap and all the trees that produce it. Don't miss this sweet episode!
Upcoming Keystone College Environmental Education Institute Events with Director Kelley Stewart
Join us as we get to know KCEEI Director, Kelley Stewart and find out about several exciting events being offered by the Woodland Campus.
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Covid-Blocking Plants, Beneficial Algae for Coral, The World's Longest Rail-Trail and Good News about Wetlands
It's eco-news time! Join us as we look at a study that identified plants as a possible way to stop Covid in its tracks, discuss algae that might aid coral as the ocean warms, discover an epic new rail trail, and shed new light on the number of wetlands globally.
Creatures in the Attic
They chew up your electrical wiring and leave nuts and seeds in strange places - but why? Join us as we look at the life of the Red Squirrel and hopefully discover a few benefits along the way!
Smell You Later
We see them. We smell them. But what do you really know about the Striped Skunk? Join us as we dive nose-first into an episode that will help us shed new light on this species we love to hate.
Thanks to the world's best ecosystem engineer, we have a multitude of additional wetlands wherever the beaver is present. Join us as we discuss why the beaver is labeled as a pest and why that isn't a fair opinion of this jumbo-sized rodent.
Polar Bear Traction, Making Use of Disposable Plastic, Do Fungi Talk & Precious Metals from Orange Water
Join us as we discuss the development of better tire tread thanks to an Artic friend, disposable plastic fuel, mushroom conversations, and a new source for metals used in our smartphones. Don't miss this episode!
Join us as we talk with our new Waterways Conservation Officer, Ty Moon. We discuss Ty's background, what it's like out in the field, and some ways to get involved with the Fish and Boat Commission. Don't miss it!