Tempting as it might be to “clean up” the garden and your yard for winter, as far as wildlife is concerned, it’s best to leave them as is for the season. “Messy is definitely good to provide food and shelter for birds during the cold winter months,” says Tod Winston, Audubon’s Plants for Birds program […]
Thank you to everyone who attended the Food and Climate: The Way Forward lecture and panel discussion at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory on Monday, October 28th co-hosted with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, North Country Garden Club, The Nature Conservancy, Three Harbors Garden Club and St. John’s Church (Cold Spring Harbor). It was a wonderful evening […]
During the period between Thanksgiving and New Years, the waste we produce rises 25%. According to the EPA food waste, shopping bags, wrapping, packaging and all we pitch at this time of year contribute an extra 1 million tons a week to our landfills. As you prepare for the holidays, don’t forget your reusable bags, […]
Nixon Peabody, LLP assist with a beach cleanup and cutting invasive Phragmites at Shore Road Sanctuary in Cold Spring Harbor.
Western Long Island is not a place one would expect to find vast expanses of meadow habitat, so the passage up Fort Hill Drive in Lloyd Neck, which bisects Matheson Meadows, is an unexpected pleasure. In 1968, Mrs. Anna Matheson Wood, founder and an honorary member of the Three Harbors Garden Club, conveyed the meadows […]