Tagged Friends of the Kayaderosseras

Margaret Kinosian with baby snapping turtle. The Friends of the Kayaderosseras will be offering nature walks during the month of June. (Photo by Marci Revette/The Ballston Journal)
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Nature Walks: Friends of the Kayaderosseras

MILTON — Margaret Kinosian stood in a meadow bordering the Kayaderosseras Creek at Gray’s Crossing, cradling a baby snapping turtle she found. The baby got tossed ashore during the previous evening’s thunderstorms. “Isn’t he so cute?” she asked. Some people would find it hard to agree, given the knowledge that the baby will grow to…

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FoK, 4-H, Girl Scouts to Go Planting

The Friends of the Kayaderosseras and local 4-H and Girl Scout members invite the public to help them plant one thousand trees and one thousand shrubs along the Kayaderosseras Creek on Saturday, May 19. Volunteers are asked to bring a shovel. Tree and shrub planting will start at 9 a.m. and will be concentrated along…

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FoK, kids have fish story to tell

Nonprofit organization continues efforts to preserve and maintain valued local waterway  The Kayaderosseras Creek is now home to 960 rainbow trout, thanks to the Friends of the Kayaderosseras (FoK). The trout were released starting several miles north of Factory Village on Saturday April 14. The stocking ended at Kelley Park in Ballston Spa, where some…

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Even a creek needs a friend

BY BARBARA COOK [email protected] Everyone needs friends, and the Kayaderosseras Creek is no exception. Fortunately for the waterway, a group of dedicated outdoors people formed Friends of the Kayaderosseras (FoK) in 2004. Since then they have removed tons of trash, tires and debris from the creek, which runs from Greenfield through Milton and Ballston Spa…

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