Nature at Night
From meteor showers to light pollution, listen in this week as we find out what's going on in nature after the sun goes down. We might even talk about potato chips in this episode...
Some love them, some can't stand them... It's the dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)! And since they're popping up everywhere, why not find out more about the plant we love to hate? Who knows, maybe after listening to this weeks episode, you'll have a new-found appreciation for the lowly dandelion.
Help kids learn more about gardening!
See You Later Pollinator!
Wild and managed pollinators face numerous stressors. Join us in this episode, as we discuss some likely pollinators in your backyard and how YOU can help them out.
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As a planet, we're trying to find and define a new normal. But sometimes we fail to remember that nature is still there, doing its thing. Water is still flowing, plants are still growing, birds are still migrating, and the sun is still shining behind the clouds. Step outside and take a deep breath.
Today on the show, we discover a few websites that are highlighting the nature around us. We also discuss signs of the spring season (phenology) around northeastern Pennsylvania.
Links mentioned on the show:
Penn State Extension Courses
The Nature Conservancy Coffee Series