Monthly Archives: October 2011

An Afternoon with the Winding River Garden Club

As an added bonus to my already awesome job I get to take interested folks, usually in the form of clubs or organizations, out to our Green Swamp preserve for interpretive adventures!    On this fine October day I had … Continue reading

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From the field…

Here are some great photos taken from the field by our own Angie Carl, she has such a good eye for things. This was (I say was because right after this photo was shot the fort came down) an illegal fort built … Continue reading

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A mild winter for Wisconsin?

    So I would like to tell you about an amazing opportunity that I was lucky enough to  experience…LTA Rally in Milwaukee, WI!  So LTA Rally is the national conference of the Land Trust Alliance (LTA).  LTA is the national … Continue reading

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A Fabulous Festival!

I would like to take this opportunity to tell you about one of the neatest things that we have ever been involved with here in the Southeast Coastal Plain.  It’s not very often that The Nature Conservancy gets to help plan a festival, but we … Continue reading

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