There's a lot of uncertainty at this point in the season about when, exactly, to dig up potatoes. Here's what gardeners need to know.
LONE PINE, Calif. — The flames fade away. Firefighters extinguish the last embers. A final curl of smoke uncoils in the wind.
Sometimes life deals us a needed reality check.
Olivia Newton-John, the Australian singer who charmed generations of viewers in the blockbuster movie "Grease," died today, according to a statement from her husband. She was 73.
Olivia Newton-John, the Australian singer whose breathy voice and wholesome beauty made her one of the biggest pop stars of the '70s and charm…
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The Lake Luzerne Association, the Lake Luzerne Town Board, NYSFOLA and local CSLAP volunteers collected water samples last week as a part of the town's milfoil removal action plan.
The Lake George Association is calling on boating enthusiasts up and down the lake to come together on a dedicated weekend this month to inspect more than 100 locations for aquatic invasive species.
Hyperion, certified by Guinness World Records as the world's tallest living tree, is officially off-limits to visitors.
One of the biggest mistakes gardeners make is not starting to harvest vegetable gardens early enough. You don't have to wait for an impending frost.
The monarch butterfly was categorized by scientists last week as endangered. So what can home gardeners do to help the monarch?
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Eurasian milfoil continues to invade Lake George's Harris Bay.
The Biden administration says it will replant trees on millions of acres of burned and dead woodlands as officials struggle to counter climate change's increasing toll on the nation’s forests. As the globe heats up, destructive fires that burn too hot for forests to quickly regrow naturally have far outpaced the government’s replanting capacity. That’s created a backlog of 4.1 million acres (1.7 million hectares) in need of restoration. U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced a plan to quadruple the number of tree seedlings produced by nurseries to work through the backlog and meet future needs.