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Frigid weather to affect plants, animals

Matt and Kathy Lindley, of Wilton, help their 8 year old daughter Kate attach her skis before taking to the trails at Saratoga Spa State Park during the Winter Fest Candlelight Ski and Snowshoe on Friday, January 31, 2014.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Matt and Kathy Lindley, of Wilton, help their 8 year old daughter Kate attach her skis before taking to the trails at Saratoga Spa State Park during the Winter Fest Candlelight Ski and Snowshoe on Friday, January 31, 2014.
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January’s double whammy of frigid temperatures and minimal snow pack has Central Park Rose Garden operations supervisor Dave Gade concerned about the rose bushes. “We’ve been doing this for 15 years, and I’ve got a feeling that this is probably the worst [winter] we’ve had in the 15,” said Gade, a master rosarian. When he and his volunteers first began tending the garden, they mulched each rose bush before winter and then added a layer ...

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