Keratin, the substance wool, hair, and feathers are made from, makes a pretty thin diet, but the clothes moth has been dogging humanity's closets and drawers for hundreds of years, unravelling the work of generations of knitters and weavers to feed its larvae.
Since the North Country began to reopen, one big question is what if people donâ€™t follow the rules? And what exactly even are the rules? On the front lines of these questions are local police, but how to enforce public health is something officers are figuring out as they go.
(May 20, 2020) A couple of months ago, when museums, galleries and other cultural venues were forced to close due to the coronavirus pandemic, curators and staff had to get creative. Adirondack Experience released its digital edition this month, as the museum on Blue Mountain Lake expects to remain closed to the public this summer. […]
(May 14, 2020) Martha Foley has never succeeded in keeping a nature journal long-term, but Curt Stager finds them invaluable in his work. He records his observations on paper, but also finds great data through researching the journals of past observers, from Samuel de Champlain to Thomas Jefferson, to ordinary little-known North Country folk. His […]