Posts Tagged ‘invasive removal’

When managing the natural lands, I’ve found it’s almost like a strategy game.  Which areas need the most attention right now?  Which will need attention in 2 weeks?  In 3 months? Right now, in spring, I always have a few things on my plate.  After mowing the meadows, I usually turn my attention to the […]

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Linda Bailey, Natural Lands Technician writes: While driving past the main gate, you may have noticed the sheep of Negandank Barn have taken a hiatus from Winterthur and headed back to Greenbank Mill for the season.  This August, however, the barn has gained a couple new residents: Franklin and Stanley, a pair of Boer goats.  Winterthur […]

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For avid gardeners there is so much information available to us through classes, books, magazine articles, and the web that it amounts to a surplus of data and advice. One of the best ways (and most enjoyable) to learn about gardening is to work alongside other gardeners. The tips shared from gardener to gardener and the observations made […]

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