by Emily Marino, Executive Director of the Friends of the Chemung River Watershed. I recently sat down with Dr. Katherine… Read more What is “Forest Bathing”?
by Emily Marino, Executive Director of the Friends of the Chemung River Watershed. On May 12 of 2021, I found… Read more The Adventures of a Southern Tier Marathon Kayaker
by Jim Pfiffer, Chemung River Friends Volunteer. When humans interfere with nature, it often results in a negative ripple effect… Read more How the Loss of Wolves Changed the Course of a River
by Emily Marino – Executive Director of the Friends of the Chemung River Watershed. For those of you who have… Read more A Local Artist’s Perspective on the Beauty of the Chemung River Watershed
By Jim Pfiffer, Chemung River Friends Volunteer. Author’s note: If Huck Finn were alive today, I trust he might have… Read more A letter to Chemung River folks from Huck Finn
By Jim Pfiffer, Chemung River Friends Volunteer. If you like to kayak or canoe alone or with a group and… Read more Attention paddlers: You need to visit the Finger Lakes Museum
by Emily Marino, Friends of the Chemung River Watershed Executive Director. Do you want to learn about the pine trees… Read more Learn about Eastern White Pine Trees in an Outdoor Classroom Beneath the Pines
by Jim Pfiffer, Friends of the Chemung River Volunteer. Here’s good news to help celebrate Earth Day today, Elmira-Corning are… Read more Breathe Easy: Elmira-Corning Has Some of the Cleanest Air in the USA
By Jim Pfiffer, Chemung River Friends Volunteer. It’s common to see bald eagles while paddling on or walking along the… Read more Bald Eagle Numbers Are Soaring
By Jim Pfiffer, River Friends volunteer. I need to get out of the house and back to nature. The virus,… Read more Spring hiking cures cabin fever. No prescription needed.