Fall Foliage

9:28am

Tue March 19, 2013
Environment

New York's forests in need of healthier regeneration

Deer on the Stackhouse property is a very common sight
Sidsel Overgaard/WRVO

Imagine a New York autumn with almost no red or orange -- just brown, brown, brown. Experts say that could be the scene 50 years from now if people don’t start paying more attention to what’s going on with the shrubs, bushes and saplings in the forest. 

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11:12am

Tue October 18, 2011
Environment

Local tree expert says central New York has the best fall color in the nation

Central New Yorkers may enjoy some of the best fall colors in the country. That's the opinion of one tree expert out of the SUNY School of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse. Click "listen" above to hear Ellen's story.