Celebrating Earth Day

Spotted Salamander larvae are about one-half inch It takes to two to four months to develop into a small salamander.
Photo by Brian Gratwicke from DC, USA / CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)

In honor of Earth Day week, Judy talks today about the books and online resources that have inspired a greater understanding of ecology in general, and gardening specifically. Guest Jim Sirch is the Education Coordinator at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History in New Haven. He’s known to many for his professional development activities at the Museum, and has received awards for his science service and advocacy. Jim was also instrumental in bringing the citizen science FrogWatch program to Connecticut, and has recently started a new nature blog at the museum, https://beyondyourbackdoor.net. Jim can be reached at: [email protected].

Judy Preston, the Long Island Sound Study Outreach Coordinator, is talking into a microphone at the iCRV internet radio station.
Judy Preston

Connecticut Sea Grant’s Judy Preston, who is the Long Island Sound Study Outreach Coordinator for Connecticut, is on the air and on online streaming! Judy is the host of a new radio show on the iCRV internet radio station in the CT River Valley. The “Gardening for Good” show strives to make connections between good gardening practices and protecting local streams and Long Island Sound.

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