Originally Aired 10/08/01. Green lacewing’s consumption of crop pests such as aphids and scale insects make them a welcome sight for New England farmers. Laurie […]
Originally Aired 6/14/04. Laurie investigates the early summer symphony of frog species found in New England ponds and marshes. She speaks with UConn amphibian expert […]
Originally Aired 5/17/04. Laurie visits Graves Farm, a former dairy operation turned wildlife sanctuary. The 650 acres of field and forest provides habitat for a […]
Proliferating development is destroying grasslands and the species that thrive within. Pete Westover, conservation planner for Amherst, is working to preserve one such grassland called Atkins Flats. In this segment, Westover gives Laurie a tour of the area.
Originally Aired 9/10/01. Kim Stoner invites Laurie into her garden to introduce a number of insects that threaten the health of her plants. Kim, an […]
Eastern Hemlocks, one of the most common tree species in New England, are dying at an alarming rate from the overwhelming invasion of the woolly […]
Originally Aired 8/13/07. Dams have long been the convergence point of man-made design and the natural patterns of local wildlife. Migratory fish species that have […]
Thanks to the initiative of resource teacher Andrea Wolf, students at Westhampton elementary are enjoying the wonder of viewing a bluebird nest with their new […]
Originally Aired 6/13/05. Laurie heads down to Norwich CT to see an eel ladder, a structure built by biologists to ensure the continued migration of […]
Originally Aired 4/16/01. Laurie treks into a spring storm to observe the surfacing of the earthworms.