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  • Colchester Land Trust hosts free recreational trail run

    On the morning of Nov. 2, several runners from the East Haddam and Colchester area gathered at the end of the cul-de-sac on Red Schoolhouse Road in Colchester. Underneath a canopy of burgundy, gold and orange leaves, they slipped on their running shoes, tied up their laces, and braved the crisp autumn air to take part in a recreational run.
  • Wildlife habitats thriving in South Florida

    Thousands of city dwellers and suburbanites in South Florida are having a wild time. In fact, they're certifiable. And they're proud of it. What could be cooler, they say, than having your backyard designated as a certified wildlife habitat, an official...

    Attract fall's migrating birds to your yard

    Last fall, I looked out a window to see a first in my York County yard – a Baltimore oriole. Armed with food I knew he specifically liked, I was out the door with a dish of grape jelly and slices of fresh orange to entice him to stay a while....

    Utah: Rafting down the Green River to a bluegrass beat

    Utah: Rafting down the Green River to a bluegrass beat
    Yes, it’s banjo music you’ll hear as you float down the Green River. River runner Bill Dvorak — a distant cousin of Czech composer Anton Dvorak — and a bluegrass aficionado has enlisted the Hayward Strangers for Dvorak Expeditions&...

    How native are your native plants?

    How native are your native plants?
    Nowadays, the word "native" has taken on a kind of glamour among gardeners. Many a catalog or garden center makes the adjective a selling point, often promising lower maintenance and butterflies. But how native are your native plants? And does it matter?...