New release! TRAILSIDE WILDFLOWERS IN COLE’S WOODS published in June 2015 chronicles the seasonal wildflowers growing along the five miles of trails in Cole’s Woods, an Adirondack woodland in Glens Falls, N.Y. Diane collaborated with the Friends of Cole’s Woods (a volunteer non-profit organization) and received a grant from the Glens Falls Foundation to produce the booklet with proceeds going toward the eradication of invasive plants in Cole’s Woods. The booklet sells for $10 and is available in local Glens Falls stores, gift shops, the Chapman Museum, the Glens Falls Farmers’ Market, and Northshire Bookstore in Saratoga. The booklet is also available at group rates for nature programs and activities. Pay Pal is set up on this website for purchasing.

In 2009 Diane co-authored WILDLFOWERS OF THE LAKE GEORGE, NY REGION (Spring & Summer editions) with Roger Fulton, noted Common Man Books author and outdoorsman. Diane and Roger teamed up to write a wildflower book including GPS reading to help the reader locate spring & summer wildflowers along ten trails in the Lake George Region. All these trails (with the exception of Hadley Mt.) are easy hikes with beautiful and diverse wildflowers along the pathways. This book, part of the Common Man’s Exploration Series, was published by Glens Falls Printing and is available through their web page, or by calling toll-free 866-793-0555.  Common Man Books are also available at retail outlets and bookstores. 

WARRENSBURGH WILDFLOWERS, a wildflower booklet designed by Diane, was published in October 2008 by Warrensburgh Beautification, Inc.(WBI), a non-profit organization formed in 1984 to preserve, revitalize and beautify the town of Warrensburgh.  The book includes 92 wildflower photographs taken in the spring and summer of 2007 in the meadows, woodlands, and along the rivers of Warrensburgh in the southern Adirondack region. Contact WBI at (518) 466-5497 to purchase.  Booklets are also available at the Warrensburgh Farmers Market. Purchase price $8.00

Diane’s booklet HIGH PEAKS WILDFLOWERS, self-published in May 2005, has been sold in many shops in the North Country, as well as in Glens Falls at the Hyde Museum.  Most of the original 1500 copies have already been sold and there are no plans yet to publish a second edition.  Proceeds have been shared with High Peaks Hospice.

SEASONAL WILDFLOWERS ALONG THE FEEDER CANAL PARK TRAIL was Diane’s first booklet published in July 2004 benefiting the Feeder Canal Alliance. Contact 518-792-5363 for sales information.