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Maple syrup producers can now recycle maple tubing locally

April 16, 2014 Those of you who may have ventured out to visit a nearby producer during Maple Weekend have seen, firsthand, how large sugaring operations utilize the latest equipment, machinery, tools, and the mos... more »»

Maple sugaring season is underway (sort of)

April 2, 2014 The calendar says spring is here. Most of us are looking ahead with enthusiasm and anticipation to warmer weather. Days are getting longe. more »»

Spring is coming

March 19, 2014 “Winter had lasted so long that it seemed it would never end. more »»

Energy addiction — its not-so-obvious costs

March 5, 2014 We use energy in our homes every day of our lives —?a lot of energy. more »»

Applicable timber management practices can help deer survive the winter

February 19, 2014 It’s not at all uncommon, especially during a hard winter or following a winter storm, to speak with hunting enthusiasts and landowners who express deep concern about the ability of deer to survive... more »»

Extending the life of Valentine’s Day flowers

February 5, 2014 This certainly has been a trying winter. more »»

Avoiding, treating hypothermia and frostbite

January 22, 2014 In the wake of the recent death by hypothermia of a 31-year-old Australian soldier visiting the Adirondacks, apparently a suicide, I’ve received a number of inquiries about just what hypothermia is... more »»

Maple school scheduled for Feb. 1

January 8, 2014 The Franklin County Maple (Producers) Association, in cooperation with Brushton Moira Central School Future Farmers of America and Cornell Cooperative Extension, has been busily organizing its... more »»

A Christmas kiss under the mistletoe: facts and lore

December 26, 2013 (Editor’s note: Richard Gast’s column normally runs on Wednesdays but due to the holiday, it will run today). more »»

What does the future hold for New York’s moose?

December 11, 2013 Moose once inhabited northern New York in great numbers, but as a result of habitat destruction and relentless hunting, they were eliminated during the 19th century. more »»

The horticulturalist who rescued Plymouth

November 27, 2013 For most Americans, Thanksgiving is, as the name suggests, a time of giving thanks. more »»

A North Country cranberry harvest

November 13, 2013 The 2013 growing season has come to an end. more »»

Cornell Cooperative Extension, 100 years on

October 30, 2013 Cornell Cooperative Extension of Franklin County celebrated a century of service to the North Country last week, at our annual meeting and dinner held, this year, at the Malone Golf Course Clubhouse... more »»

Origins of the Jack O’ Lantern

October 16, 2013 With Halloween nearly upon us, children everywhere will be carving pumpkins into the Jack O’ Lanterns that will welcome trick-or-treaters to their homes on Halloween. more »»

The last hummingbirds of the season

October 2, 2013 Migrations are the seasonal movements of animals between their summer breeding grounds and their winter habitats. more »»

Maple workshop will examine strategies for more effective sap collection

September 18, 2013 The sap collection and handling methods a maple syrup producer chooses will greatly influence both the quality and the quantity of the syrup produced and, as a result, the amount of profit that the... more »»

Home grown sweet corn

September 4, 2013 It’s the time of year when most gardeners are sharing an abundance of tomatoes, cucumbers and summer squash. It’s also sweet corn seaso. more »»

Garden planting in August?

August 21, 2013 Anyone who plants a vegetable garden wants to benefit by yielding as much from his or her garden as possible. more »»

Growing successful gardens in a season of rain and cold temperatures

August 7, 2013 This has not been a particularly good year for vegetable gardeners. more »»

Experience CCE, 4-H at Franklin Co. Fair

July 24, 2013 I’ve heard it said, “You can’t call yourself a local until you’ve been to the Franklin County Fair.” It’s the area’s longest running tradition and one of the oldest county fairs in New York s. more »»



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