Tully Valley Mudboil Tour
What is a Mudboil? From the USGS site: "The Tully Valley mudboils are volcanolike cones of fine sand and silt that range from several inches to seveal feet high and from... Learn more
meetup and learn about how to make renewables part of an aesthetic landscape.
Join us as SUNY ESF Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus Dr. Richard C. Smardon and Atlantic States Legal Foundation(ASLF) Program Director, Paul M. Harris discuss... Learn more
Help us make a difference at our annual clean-up of Southwick Beach.
Meet at Southwick Beach at 10 am. Identify yourself as a volunteer for free admission and get directions to the meet place. All bags a truck will be furnished. You might... Learn more
let's go see the new 350.org film, Disobedience and more!!
The Whole Earth Club at Onondaga Community college is showing this film, free to the public!! There also are Climate Change displays. Hanging 6 foot earth globes with... Learn more
Learn the role of Tully Mudboils and their role in a muddy onondaga creek/lake
The origin or cause of the Tully Valley Mudboils has been debated for years. Sometimes described as the "Jurassic Park" of geology, they destroy trees, gobble up... Learn more
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