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Big, Green, Cleaning Machines

Big, Green, Cleaning Machines

Plants are incredible. We may seem biased in saying so, but we figure if you’re reading this, you probably have an idea of this yourself. Over the last century, humans...

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2020 Winter Gardener’s Corner

2020 Winter Gardener’s Corner

As the plants become dormant and hibernation falls on the land, I become aware of how automated the ecosystems are.  Despite the harsh winter conditions headed our way,...

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Using Our Senses

Using Our Senses

What was your first memory of ‘being’ in nature? The first recollection of sitting back, looking around, taking a deep breath, and connecting? In recent decades, fewer...

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Gardener’s Corner with Eric Kimbrel

Gardener’s Corner with Eric Kimbrel

Nature’s schedule is always interesting to observe—it pays no mind to our calendar. The trees filled up with webworms early this year, and yet current warm temperatures...

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Finding Beauty In the Familiar

Finding Beauty In the Familiar

“hu·man be·ing noun 1. a man, woman, or child of the species Homo sapien, distinguished from other animals by superior mental development, power of articulate speech,...

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Seed Collecting: A Shared Experience

Seed Collecting: A Shared Experience

The world of botanists, horticulturists and landscape architects is a tight knit community, one in which conversations often result in tracing back crossed paths and...

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Springing into New Life

Springing into New Life

As spring advances, signs of renewed life are appearing at the Reserve in each of the four elements. Amphibians have laid their eggs in the water, insects are hatching...

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