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Civic Ecology in broken places - Joplin, MO

May 22, 2015

Four years after a deadly tornado struck Joplin MO, in a newly released MIT Press blog post, Keith Tidball reflects on his work rebuilding after the devastation, and how principles of civic ecology were demonstrated in the aftermath. 

white sturgeon head

All-white sturgeon netted in Black River Bay

May 11, 2015

According to Tom Brooking, DNR sturgeon expert with Cornell's Biological Field Station at Shackelton Point, ​an all-white sturgeon recently caught by NYSDEC workers was probably partially albino.

Barbara Bedford

Barbara Bedford to Receive 2015 Adirondack Achievement Award

Apr 6, 2015

Sr. Research Associate Barbara Bedford will receive the Adirondack Achievement Award at the 22nd Annual Conference on the Adirondacks in May - an honor given to those who have demonstrated significant contributions to the long term sustainability of the Adirondack Park.

showing how maple syrup is made

Spring is Sweet at Maple Weekend

Mar 28, 2015

Despite a quick bout of 20-degree weather, this year’s Maple Weekend at Arnot Forest drew a steady crowd.  Director Peter Smallidge was on hand to talk a bit about Arnot’s production process.  

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