Colton, NY, Jun 05, 2013 — The St. Lawrence County Recreational Trails Advisory Board has been working for some time to create a sustainable community-linking system throughout the county. Last week, community members had their first look at maps of the trail route. Go to full article
Jun 03, 2013 — Warm, moist weather over the last few days brought on a rush of transplanting, staking and mulching in many North Country gardens. It's been an up-and-down spring, with recurring cold weather (and more to come tonight and tomorrow night!) that threatened warmth-loving pants like tomatoes and peppers.
But in the rush, don't forget that little stash of seeds bought with the hope of having time along the way to try something new, or fill out the flower garden. Cooperative Extension horticulturist Amy Ivy tells Martha Foley there's still time to grow from seed. In fact, it's an ideal time for some popular flowers: sunflowers, maybe. Or a late planting of cosmos. More on what to plant, and how, in their weekly conversation. Go to full article
May 31, 2013 — In the beginning of last century, a blight wiped out almost all of the chestnut trees, and today you're almost as likely to come across a unicorn as you are a fully grown,... Go to full article
May 29, 2013 — Every May for the last 38 years, licensed bird banders have set out nets at the Crown Point Historic Site to document the spring migration. The project has recorded and... Go to full article
May 28, 2013 — Fort Ticonderoga is "America's fort" - perched on the New York side of Lake Champlain, it was instrumental in the American Revolution and other early wars. Now, it's a... Go to full article
May 28, 2013 — One of the Adirondacks' most luxurious resorts is in foreclosure. The owners of The Point on Upper Saranac Lake defaulted on a multi-million dollar loan they used to buy the... Go to full article
May 24, 2013 — State officials announced yesterday that they'll begin public hearings in June to decide how the former Finch Pruyn timberlands will be managed, now that they've been added... Go to full article