Many of us love to recycle. We feel good about properly disposing of recyclable items and doing something good for the planet. But unfortunately, many of our recycling bins contain contaminants. Making small changes in our day-to-day habits can make a huge difference in the way we Continue reading “You Might Not Be Recycling as Well as You Think”
As the cooler temperatures of an April spring seem like a distant memory amidst a record-breaking heat wave, we are reminded that the month of May brings with it the birth and continuation of nature throughout the region. It also gives onlookers timely opportunities to see birds Continue reading “Sunday Nature Walk–Migration Madness”
Join Connecticut’s Back Yard Beekeepers Association for an in-person (or Zoom) presentation on May 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Norfield Congregational Church in Weston. In keeping with the club’s mission statement, “to provide our membership with a forum for sharing knowledge Continue reading “Back Yard Beekeepers Association Presents Raina Jain”
The latest film from the Courier’s “Sunday Nature Walk” columnist Tomas Koeck has been released online via YouTube. Keepers of the Blue previously premiered at the Bridgeport Discovery Museum and had its theatrical release at the Sacred Heart University Community Theatre.
The Easton Energy and Environment Task Force is hosting an electric vehicle car show at the Easton Public Library on Saturday, April 30 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event provides an opportunity for Eastonites to learn what electric vehicles are all about.
On view will be a couple Continue reading “Free Electric Vehicle Car Show This Saturday at Library”
The Easton Energy and Environment Task Force is excited to show you what electric vehicles are all about. On Saturday April 30 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. the task force is hosting an electric vehicle car show at the Easton Public Library.
“When people come to the event, they can learn Continue reading “Electric Vehicles to Take Center Stage at Car Show”
Few animals capture our imagination like that of the great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias). The largest predatory fish on the planet, the great white can reach lengths of over twenty feet long and can be found along shorelines regionally and around the world.
The town is moving forward with a proposal to sell a large portion of land it owns on South Park Avenue to a conservation group that would preserve it and become stewards of the Mill River, a state recognized wild trout stream, that runs through the land.
Once known as the DiNardo Continue reading “Town Wants to Sell Portion of South Park Property”
The Aspetuck Land Trust (ALT) needs volunteers from 9 to 11 a.m. Sunday to clean the town-owned South Park property.
The heavily littered property is currently being cleaned up by the town. This includes removing the decaying remnants of several old buildings and piles of debris. Continue reading “Volunteers Needed Sunday to Clean South Park Property”
James Prosek, who grew up in Easton, will give a talk about his art and the need to protect the beauty of our natural.
Prosek’s talk “Trespassing and Conservation,” will be held on April 6 at 7 p.m. at the Westport Library Forum will draw attention to the beauty of our natural Continue reading “Easton Artist, Author, Naturalist to Speak at Westport Library”