Ittt'ssss beginning to look a lot like Christmas... Join us as we discuss a pine-tree looking plant called Princess Pine and then get ready to learn about another native shrub that really stands out during the winter season.
Join us as we discuss the history behind a favorite holiday plant and an annual Christmas birding tradition that's been going on for over a century.
The northeastern U.S. has seen a greater increase in extreme precipitation than any other region in the country. Between 1958 and 2010, the Northeast saw more than a 70% increase in the amount of precipitation falling in very heavy events (defined as the heaviest 1% of all daily events) (Horton, 2014). By identifying the floodway on your property and removing movable property (debris piles, campers, old lawnmowers, fill, etc.) we can reduce the amount of catastrophic flooding downstream. Join us as we find out how.
FEMA Flood Maps
Join us as we talk with Christmas tree farmer and retired District Forester, Jim Kessler. Find out how to keep a tree alive through the holiday season, how the industry has changed over the years, Jim's favorite variety, and so much more!