Power of the Sun

In this episode of Walk in the Park (#122), we look again at the rise and setting of the sun, and then delve into the surge in solar power. We also explore a wild, undeveloped gorge in the western Finger Lakes. Walk in the Park is produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions. See our video blog. Walk in the Park is a weekly public access TV series in Ithaca, NY, cablecast on Time Warner Cable channel 13 (and 97.1). See the cablecast schedule.

Spring O Spring!

We begin this episode (105) of Walk in the Park with naturalist and songwriter Becca Harber as she sings her song “Spring O Spring” at Buttermilk Falls State Park in Ithaca, NY, accompanied by musicians Will Fudeman and Richie Holtz. We take a look at last week’s Ithaca Festival, then consider the arduous and dangerous work park employees must do to clean loose rock from cliffs before opening trails in the Finger Lakes region of New York. Then we review our new series, “Glimpses of Nature,” and finally take a look at what’s going on at parks around the country.

Produced by Owl Gorge Productions at PEGASYS Studios, Ithaca, NY’s public access television production facility owned by Time Warner Cable. Walk in the Park is watchable on Ithaca area cable channels 13 and 97.3 at 9 PM Thursdays, 10 AM Saturdays and Sundays, and 8 PM on Tuesdays.

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