Endangered species talk July 18
CANASTOTA – Come to the Great Swamp Conservancy, 8375 N. Main St., at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 18, to hear the story about how one person can make a big difference.
A threatened local species is making a comeback, thanks to a graduate student at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. While defending her master’s thesis, Cody Gilbertson researched for several years to determine how to expand the safety and home base of the endangered Chittenango Ovate Amber Snail (Novisuccinea chittenangoensis).
She will share this project that was advanced in conjunction with the state Department of Environmental Conservation and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Adirondack Storytelling Festival Sunday
‘Wilderness Songs’ exhibit opens Saturday in Old Forge
Historian presents ‘The Fulton Chain’ book Tuesday
New repair shop activity opens at Utica Children’s Museum
- 4:00pm 07/18/18Adirondack Storytelling Festival Sunday
- 4:00pm 07/18/18‘Wilderness Songs’ exhibit opens Saturday in Old Forge
- 4:00pm 07/18/18Historian presents ‘The Fulton Chain’ book Tuesday
- 4:00pm 07/18/18New repair shop activity opens at Utica Children’s Museum
- 4:00pm 07/18/18Kirkland Art Center offers camp, classes for kids
- 4:00pm 07/18/18Children’s reading, illustration seminar Thursday with Doug Salati at Oneida library
- 4:00pm 07/18/18Writing, publishing and marketing seminar Friday in Old Forge
- 4:00pm 07/18/18Historical Society meets July 24
- 4:00pm 07/18/18Authors Fair Friday in Old Forge
- 4:00pm 07/18/18Basket-making workshop Monday