Pollinator Bookshelf: The Pollinator Victory Garden

May 20, 2022

The Pollinator Victory Garden: Win the War on Pollinator Decline with Ecological Gardening (2020) The passion and urgency that inspired WWI and WWII Victory Gardens is needed today to meet another threat […]

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SUNY New Paltz Journalism Students Choose Wallkill Valley Land Trust for Subject of Documentary

May 17, 2022

Digital Media Production Majors at SUNY New Paltz created a short documentary featuring the Wallkill Valley Land Trust for their senior capstone project. The students were inspired by WVLT’s local […]

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Foragers & Herbalists: Orzotto with Fresh Greens

April 25, 2022

by Merrie Witkin Orzotto verde con Piselli (Barley cooked risotto-style with fresh greens and peas)  I had hoped that this column would be all about ramps, the wild leek that […]

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The Pollinator Bookshelf: Attracting Native Pollinators

April 25, 2022

The Pollinator Bookshelf is a new feature in Field Notes. Each month we’ll introduce different book and author.  Attracting Native Pollinators: The Xerces Society Guide, Protecting North America’s Bees and Butterflies […]

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The Pollinator Gardener: Spring Clean

April 25, 2022

  The Pollinator Gardener is a recurring feature in Field Notes.  The following is a partial reprint from the cornerpollinatorgarden.net Pollinator Garden Spring Clean-up  Okay, now that spring has arrived, you […]

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Foragers & Herbalists # 4: The Springtime of Wild Chives

March 22, 2022

by Merrie Witkin As the snows of winter recede, most of us look forward to our favorite springtime rituals— walking in the woods and fields and seeking out early spring flowers, […]

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The Pollinator Bookshelf: Noah’s Garden

March 18, 2022

The Pollinator Bookshelf is a new feature in Field Notes. Each month we’ll introduce different book and author. This month’s author is Sarah Stein. Noah’s Garden: Restoring the Ecology of […]

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The Pollinator Gardener: Where to Buy Natives

March 18, 2022

  The Pollinator Gardener is a recurring feature in Field Notes.  By Angela Sisson Over the years I’ve purchased native plants and seeds from a wide variety of sources including […]

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The Pollinator Gardener: Coping with Deer in Winter

February 18, 2022

The Pollinator Gardener is a new feature in Field Notes.  By Angela Sisson Trees and shrubs are valuable plants in our ecological landscape and especially important to pollinators. Hardwood trees […]

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The Pollinator Bookshelf: Nature’s Best Hope

February 18, 2022

The Pollinator Bookshelf is a new feature in Field Notes. Each month we’ll introduce different book and author. This month’s author is Doug Tallamy.   Doug Tallamy is a founder […]

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