In the latest installment of the 2016 Invasive Species Fun Field Days, a crew recently spent a day reducing hardwoods from McClure’s Bog while learning about management efforts at the site. Representatives from The Nature Conservancy, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Mountain True, Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust, Defenders of Wildlife, UNC-Asheville turned out for the event. See…
The inaugural Invasive Species Fun Field Day was held earlier this spring at Elk Knob State Park, where BLM members helped North Carolina State Parks manage multiflora rose, yellow-flag iris, and privet. for more photos, visit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/usfwssoutheast/albums/72157665494543364
Hey folks, the 2016 Invasive Species Fun Field Days are coming together. Check here for up-to-date information.
Read more about the outstanding partnership working to conserve Tennessee’s Shady Valley: http://earthteam.tnrcs.org/index.php/sonya-article (photo: Katherine Reed holding Shady Valley cranberries. Credit: Todd Reed/NRCS)
Hey folks, Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy is selling a limited edition print featuring a bog turtle and mountain sweet pitcher plant. CMLC has long been a key partner in bog conservation and sales of this print, $40.00, help them continue that work. Check it out.
The Nature Conservancy featured bog turtles in the latest edition of their national magazine. Check it out: TNC bog turtle spotlight
The Association of State Wetland Managers is offering a webinar on improving wetland restoration success at 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 15. For more information and to register, visit: http://www.aswm.org/aswm/6774-future-webinars-improving-wetland-restoration-success-project#121515 From their email: “The Association of State Wetland Managers (ASWM) is pleased to invite you to attend the next webinar in our popular Improving Wetland…