We’re checking in with our past interns to find out what they’ve been up to since their last internship with us. Find out where they are now since they fled the nest!
Fall is upon us, which means…monarchs! Okay, and maybe pumpkin spice lattes too, but right now it’s all about the butterflies. Hear from one homeowner who is making a difference by raising the insects, that are currently migrating south to their wintering grounds in Mexico.
Cody Gilbertson of State University of New York shares her work to captive-breed Chittenango ovate amber snails, found only in New York State.
The Connecticut River’s ability to thrive in the face of modern-day threats like climate change, pollution, and development may hinge on our ability to connect with each other to conserve it. Encompassing New England’s largest river system, the 7.2 million-acre Connecticut River watershed boasts a diversity of habitats stretching from coastal salt marshes in Connecticut …