“Most of the Christmas tree species grown in New York state have good needle retention if cut when they are dormant – after a couple of frosts will do. But even more important is making sure the tree stays hydrated by making a fresh cut on the bottom, keeping it in water and not placing it somewhere it is more likely to dry out – like over a heating vent.”
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Steven Carvell, professor of finance, puts the current rate hikes into a historical perspective and talks about the homeowners that will suffer from interest rate hikes.
“If they can show that the workers there trust the union, then other battery plants may have more pressure to follow suit,” says Art Wheaton, senior extension associate with ILR Buffalo Co-Lab.
“If you have lower income and then pool together, it might feel like a lot more money, whereas if you have two really affluent people and you pool together, you’re still super rich,” says Emily Garbinsky, associate professor of marketing.
“The deep field image fills me with wonder and hope,” says Lisa Kaltenegger, associate professor of astronomy and director of the Carl Sagan Institute.
Chris Collins, professor in the ILR School, says that a largely remote workplace can lead to weaker social connections among staff, resulting in less understanding of and investment in the institution’s values.
This piece on efforts to address the food desert in Buffalo’s East Side mentions a partnership between High Street Market and Cornell Cooperative Extension which will provide fresh fruit and vegetables to the area as well as allow kids to plant and cultivate gardens.
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