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List of the Month

Each month we highlight an Internet, USENET Special Interest Group (SIG), or similar mailing list(s) or Website(s).

What better way to take your mind off of the world's problems than to view the beautiful colors of autumn? If that sounds appealing (a-leafing? :) to you, the Foliage Network can help you in your quest. Just point your browser to and see what they have to offer. They have links for sites in the Northeast United States, the Southeast, and Midwest United States.

According to their Website, "the Foliage Network was developed to provide accurate foliage information for various locations across the United States. During the months of September, October, and November, The Foliage Network collects data from our foliage spotters twice a week.This data is collected, plotted, and analyzed by The Foliage Network staff. The end result is The Foliage Network Report which is transmitted to newspapers, television stations, radio stations, and web sites."

Currently, there are 467 spotters in the Foliage Network. They post fall foliage pictures and also provide information on places to stay in their areas.