Time to join TIA... NPRs Emily Russell presented Heather Haynes artwork and Congratulations to Don and Marni Ross for their recent award from Ontario Nature
If you missed last year’s gypsy moth performance, you have a better chance of catching it this season. Unfortunately.
The Yellow Warbler and the Common Yellowthroat are probably the most abundant members of their clan locally.
In 2002, we began to think about spending summers in Clayton, rather than put up with the heat and humidity of Tucson summers. In 2003, we got serious about it.
A few emails later, and I was stopped dead in my tracks, for Bill Straite has a very different story to tell – one I think you will appreciate.
One thing Lorne Prosser quickly learned was that, although it is great to be a talented painter, you must also be able to earn a living to support your artistic endeavours.
"We love to walk up here and sit, just look at the view on a beautiful day”. ~Junie Augsbury speaking about her River view from Black Hill on Grindstone Island.
Zipper was donated to the Antique Boat Museum by the family that owned and operated the Stroh Brewery. She was donated on the condition that Zipper be commissioned and cruised, and not sit inside the museum among the various collections that the ABM exhibits.
Gretchen Huntley, Poet Laureate of Gananoque, has blessed our lives with a new chapbook of poetry inspired by the photography of Sam Battams.
Over 25 large garbage bags of plastic and trash,14 tires, plus numerous pieces of lawn furniture, old water pipes, and mounds of construction material have been pulled from the shoreline and river bottom.
Meet Megan and Raymond Bowdish, the owners of Never Tire Farm (Lisbon, NY). As the only wholesale greenhouse operator in St. Lawrence County,
In addition to our “Clueless” puzzle series and the feature puzzle for June, there is a special puzzle I would like to share with you. If you are up for it, you will be sufficiently challenged.
Take a look and help us track down where in The Thousand Islands these were taken.