Tiny black-capped chickadee has big personality

To watch the antics of a black-capped chickadee is to witness a diminutive bird with the spirit and determination of a … [Read more...]

Feed songbirds in winter, not mammals

Old man winter rode the polar vortex across the country into New England - bringing single digits at dawn - twice these … [Read more...]

Spring approaches, but plenty to do in February

″Winter is a guest that stays beyond its welcome, and I am not complaining merely of cold and thaw, thaw and cold. I … [Read more...]

Pique young interest in astronomy with Sunday night’s lunar eclipse

Sunday is an interesting night in The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor. You will have a chance to witness a … [Read more...]

Share adventures with our future nature stewards

“If a child is to keep alive his inborn sense of wonder, he [or she] needs the companionship of at least one adult who … [Read more...]

Dedicate yourself to make a difference in nature

“The Solstice past, the year tends toward Spring. But you would never know it. The old saying, ‘days lengthen, cold … [Read more...]

Dedicate yourself to making a difference in nature

“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, … [Read more...]

Painted turtle has interesting way of surviving winter

Winter arrived Friday and Monday is Christmas Eve. While we’ll be snug in our beds, anxiously waiting for Santa to … [Read more...]

Healthy, fresh food still found at winter farmers markets

In the past 10 years, The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor has seen a dramatic increase in the number of … [Read more...]

Majestic white pine green all winter

Winter is the time of the pine here in The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor. Pines and other conifers make … [Read more...]