Monthly Archives: June 2013

Cutting Logs and Finding Frogs

Today, Harold from facilities joined us to remove some fallen trees from trails in the North Woods. Harold did the chainsawing, while we got to pick up the logs and toss them off the trails. We removed 10 logs, which … Continue reading

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Plants and Trees!

Plant and Tree ID walk coming up this Wednesday night at 5:30 starting at Falstaff’s with Meghan and Eliza! Come explore with us!

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More Critters! Less Garlic Mustard.

Look at this little guy! Look at that face!! We found this guy this morning while traipsing around looking for Garlic Mustard and Japanese Barberry. We ended up pulling about 2,000+ plants! We have almost finished checking the entire North … Continue reading

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Little Critters

Its seems we find a new creature just about every day in the North Woods, and today it was this little guy! We also saw a couple dozen red efts, as usual. There is so much life in the woods! … Continue reading

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Tours!

We had a great historical tour with Bob Jones! We saw lots of places that had the remnants of old buildings or structures in them. The waterfall was roaring as well! Because of the past few days of rain, the … Continue reading

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Event This Wednesday!

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No Japanese K(NOT) Weed

Japanese Knotweed is an invasive species that has thrived on the hill behind the Northwoods Apartments. It has been doing so well, in fact, that it has totally crowded out the pathways leading to the trails behind the apartments. Japanese … Continue reading

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Eradicating Japanese Barberry for a Safer North Woods

This week we began working to eliminate a species called Japanese Barberry from the North Woods. Not only is Japanese Barberry an aggressive invasive species to our precious North Woods, it is a hospitable habitat for the white-footed mouse, an … Continue reading

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