leaves

In this archived broadcast from October 11th, 1990, John Weeks discusses what makes leaves green and what causes them to change colors. As leaves grow and change until they fall of during Autumn, an intricate and important cycle has occurred. He describes the different colors and what they signify.

In this archived broadcast from October 2nd, 1992, John Weeks talks about a conference he attend in Lake George for the New York State Outdoor Education Association. He used the trip to the conference as an excuse to roadside nature watch. He describes the colors he sees at the leaves show signs of beginning to change.

Much of nature is covered by snow each winter. John Weeks dispels the rumor that the winter landscape without snow is baron and uninteresting.

November's Open Book

Oct 30, 2012

Weeks talks about the creative genius involved in autumn leaves falling, only to bloom again in the spring. He also suggests that the late fall environment, especially the month of November, is an open book full of choice reading.