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Jan 26, 2017

by Dr. Elizabeth Long
Poughkeepsie Journal

It’s the time of year when the human instinct is to “den up”: put on a sweater, eat some comfort food and huddle inside in front of...

Dec 15, 2016

By Dr. Elizabeth Long
Poughkeepsie Journal

As winter approaches, the weather becomes a major topic of discussion. At Mohonk Preserve, we’ve been focusing on the weather for...

Nov 16, 2016

by Cathy Shiga-Gattullo
Poughkeepsie Journal

While many people associate domesticated turkeys with the Thanksgiving holiday, our local wild turkeys are remarkable birds with...
Oct 20, 2016

by Paul Huth
Poughkeepsie Journal

I hear many say each year, like author J.K. Rowling wrote, “Autumn seemed to arrive suddenly!” And yet, the signals are there for us to...
Sep 21, 2016

by Vanessa Murdock
CBS New York


Aug 18, 2016

By Gretchen Reed
Poughkeepsie Journal

After a period of several hot, dry weeks in July and early August, many people were left wondering if the Hudson Valley was experiencing...

Jun 16, 2016

by Megan Napoli
Poughkeepsie Journal

Every year, as temperatures rise and the days become longer, we start seeing our bird migrants return.

Some birds, including the...

Jun 2, 2016

By Elizabeth Long
Poughkeepsie Journal

As the days get longer and the temperatures start to climb, butterflies start to appear in gardens, parks and wild places, adding a...

May 20, 2016

By Jenna Flanagan
Innovation Trail

Newburgh, N.Y. often makes national lists as one of the worst places to live, especially for young men. That’s why an alternative all-boys...

Apr 5, 2016

by Sharyn Flanagan
New Paltz Times

When Elizabeth Long first came to the New Paltz region, it was for the Shawangunks. “My husband and I first came here in 2007 on a climbing...


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