Have you ever noticed how similar pine, fir, and spruce are in appearance? Not being able to easily tell which kind of conifer you’re looking at has always been a challenge.
We cannot talk about fulfilling our core mission to protect the landscapes and waterways on the Preserve without acknowledging the great work of our interns, specifically our first-ever intern and now head of our internship program Casey Blankenship.
When we purchased parcels from the Ueland Tree Farm, we knew that we would have to do work to ensure that the forests on the land were restored to health.
People and plants share DNA. We share a planet. We are part of an interconnected system. We need each other.
Norm Winn was a beloved long-time board member who was an incredible advocate for conservation, the outdoors and the Preserve.
The January and March Hidden Valley planting events provided an opportunity for the Preserve Committee to meet four candidates for the 2023 Foundation internships.
These variations are location-specific adaptations. An adaptation is a physical or behavioral adjustment to the plant or animal that affects the way it responds to its environment. The specific colors […]