Curt Stager was born in Lancaster, PA, in 1956, spent most of his youth in Manchester, CT, and attended Bowdoin College and Duke University. Since 1987, he has been a professor of natural sciences at Paul Smith's College in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York, where he also enjoys playing banjo and guitar, skiing the backcountry, and co-hosting "Natural Selections," a weekly science program on North Country Public Radio. For more information about Curt, his research, radio show, or his writings, click here. You can read his blog, "Save The Carbon", by clicking here.
Every time it rains, thousands of gallons of water from the Northway and Route 9 end up in our lakes and rivers. What impact does that have on the quality of our water? You’ll learn about this — and a lot more — at a special presentation on Friday. More from Mark Granger, President of the Schroon Lake Association:
“One of the most exciting events of the summer will be held this Friday, July 12th, at 7:00 p.m. at the Schroon Lake Central School. We invite you to come and learn about the health of our watershed and hear about all of the things that your Schroon Lake, Paradox and ESSLA Associations are doing to keep our watershed one of the most vibrant in the Adirondack Park”.
Looking for some world class entertainment tonight? There’s still tix available for the Harpeth Rising Performance at the Boat House. Get your tickets at the door.
Shows start at 7:30 pm
Children attend for free.