TRR photo by Sandy
This sample of the duckweed species Lemna, found in Narrowsburg’s Little Lake Erie, shows the diminutive plant’s size in comparison with a human finger.

Delightful duckweed

A wavery green blanket has been undulating across the surface of Little Lake Erie just behind The River Reporter’s office in Narrowsburg, NY. The design of this natural artwork changes throughout the day. Staff members watch from windows, keeping tabs on the most current expressions of the exuberant bloom of duckweed.

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Bringing in the Houseplants

The days are getting cooler, some nights are downright chilly, and the kids are getting back to school. These are all signs that summer is coming to a close, and it’s time to prepare all of our houseplants for the end of their summer vacation outdoors where they’ve been luxuriously soaking up the warm temperatures, summer humidity and perfect light conditions.

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Poul Jorgensen calendar to benefit fly fishing center

LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY—The first Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum (CFFCM) “It’s all about fly fishing” calendar, a 2007 calendar featuring images from the photographic collection of Poul Jorgensen, has been printed and is now available for purchase.

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