Pollinator Happy Hour Series

Gardeners and pollinator enthusiasts throughout the Adirondacks are invited to participate in an online series of Pollinator Happy Hours hosted by AdkAction’s Adirondack Pollinator Project this spring. The series aims…

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Peace & Quiet: Winter Pollinator Stewardship

Every year, innumerable seasonal residents depart the Adirondacks, seeking the warmth and long daylight hours of southern climes. Many year-round residents remain, comfortably hunkering down to wait out the long cold winter. We’re talking, of course, about pollinators...

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Doing More by Doing Less

Where once there was a slope of shorn grass that enticed Canada geese and little else, there is now a thriving pollinator habitat, including rain gardens and bluebird nesting sites, flanking the Upper Saranac Lake Back Bay boat launch.

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Coronavirus Financial Impacts Could Benefit Pollinators

Over the next few years, the negative financial impact from the COVID virus could result in a positive effect on the ADK’s smallest and most venerable wildlife—pollinators. As NY State, County and Town budgets look to make cuts, the reduction or elimination of roadside mowing programs can yield budget savings while increasing pollinator habitat.

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