I have a Halloween book. It’s a book I’ve read almost every October since I was a teenager, and it … Continue reading “For there was the Tree.”
One of my favorite things about my job is that I’m always learning something new. While much of what I … Continue reading Conservation Potpourri: August edition
This past Friday, I had the opportunity to help support and participate in a field day in southern Washington county, … Continue reading It’s a day for a field day!
A couple weeks ago, I sat down at the dining room table with a cup of coffee, a scattered selection … Continue reading Confessions of a timid gardener, part 3: Time to get real and PLANT.
This past week I had the opportunity to get out in some farm fields with our recently hired agronomist, Jennifer … Continue reading The lure and reality of conservation tillage
One of the key elements that got me interested in earth sciences in college was the ability to look at … Continue reading Is it a wetland? That is the question.
My Monday got totally derailed. This last Sunday evening, our neighborhood received word that our vendor who manages the prairie … Continue reading Burn, baby, burn: the use of fire in land management and restoration