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Fungi and Trees: Tree Intelligence and Communication

Season: 2 Episode: 6
Episode hosts:

Rae Dunbar

Episode Description:

Have you ever heard mention of the “wood wide web”? For the final episode in the St.

Funky Fungi of the North Country

Season: 2 Episode: 5
Episode hosts:

Aidan Hagerty

Episode Description:

Fungi - the future of the food industry?

From Tree to Basket: Black Ash Tree Basketry in the North Country

Season: 2 Episode: 4
Episode hosts:

River Mathieu

Episode Description:

As a resident of the North Country it's hard to have not at least heard of the small, shiny green

North Country Sugaring: Forest Management and Delicious Syrup

Season: 2 Episode: 3
Episode hosts:

Peter DiNinno

Episode Description:

New York State maple weekends have passed, but sugar shacks across the North Country will be coll

Sugar Maples: The Four Seasons As A Tree

Season: 2 Episode: 2
Episode hosts:

Olivia Bernier

Episode Description:

Have you ever wondered what life is like for a sugar maple? Wonder no more!

Forest Ecology Series

Season: 2 Episode: 1
Episode hosts:

Kayla Edmunds

Episode Description:

Naturally Speaking is back for Season 2, kicking off with a mini-series from St.

The Raptor Factor

Season: 1 Episode: 5
Episode hosts:

Kayla Edmunds

Episode Description:

In this episode of Naturally Speaking, host Kayla Edmunds is joined by Mark Manske, ornithologist

Invasive species

Season: 1 Episode: 4
Episode hosts:

Kayla Edmunds

Val Maldonado

Episode Description:

Did you know that New York is a continental hub and on the front lines in the fight against invas

Beautiful Bats

Season: 1 Episode: 3
Episode hosts:

Erika Barthelmess

Episode Description:

Just in time for Halloween, Erika Barthelmess, Nature Up North project director, speaks with bat

Stories in the Stars

Season: 1 Episode: 2
Episode hosts:

Alyssa Watson

Episode Description:

In our second episode of Naturally Speaking, Alyssa Watson, a Nature Up North naturalist intern, is joined by Dr. Aileen O’Donoghue, a St. Lawrence University professor of physics and lifelong astronomer. Aileen brings the sky to life through her passionate storytelling as she blends the lines between science and culture.