Monthly Archives: January 2012

Venus flytrap poaching

Our little neck of the woods is very special for many reasons; oldest cypress trees, high biodiversity, and fire dependent ecosystems to name a few and all of which I have discussed in previous posts.  But one that I think … Continue reading

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Official start to burn season!

This weekend marked the official start to the 2012 burn season!  Together with our partners we have already burned 1,500 acres in the Southeast Coastal Plain!  That is huge! On Friday 1/13 our crew along with the NC Division of … Continue reading

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Exciting News! New Preserve Land Acquired!

On December 29th we acquired 463 acres of land in Brunswick County!  This new property is adjacent to the east side of the Green Swamp preserve and includes 100 acres of nice upland longleaf pine.  We call it Pinch Gut Ridge.  The … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

Well it is 2012, I can’t believe it!  I hope everyone had a wonderful Holiday Season and a Happy New Year! Along with a new year the beginning of January marks the start of our fire season here in the … Continue reading

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