Wednesday, August 10, 2016

DEC’s Conservationist Magazine To Go Digital

conservationist magazineNew York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has announced that the agency’s outdoor magazine The Conservationist, published since 1946, will now be available in both print and digital editions.

The digital edition will offer subscribers additional content, including video and audio files and more pictures.

For a limited time, the digital version of the August 2016 issue is being made available free of charge for all to see here. Current subscribers to the print edition who have provided an e-mail address will be notified when new digital issues become available.

The August edition includes articles on clamming, incredible pictures of dragonflies, and a thrilling piece on how Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger made a successful emergency landing of U.S. Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River after both of the plane’s engines were disabled by hitting Canada geese in flight.

A subscription to The Conservationist costs $12 for one year, or $21 for two years. Subscribers will receive both the print edition and access to the digital format. Subscribers also receive complementary issues of Conservationist for Kids three times a year, specially designed for children at the fourth-grade level.

Readers can subscribe by calling 1-(800)-678-6399 or by visiting the website.


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2 Responses

  1. John says:

    I hope they always continue the print version as it is too very important to have this info in a kid’s hands and for that matter adults as well.
    John

  2. Charlie S says:

    The Conservationist is a good magazine but not near as good as it used to be say pre-early1980’s. Back then there would oftentimes be multiple pages of letters to the editor in smaller print than they use now. In other words more bang for your buck. Though it is still very informative it is set up to be more grade school now whereas back then it was more intellectual. Every thing seems to be going that way!

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