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July 22, 2015 In August 2014, Winterthur gained two new residents—Franklin and Stanley, a pair of Boer goats. The Natural Lands team acquired these two friendly fellows from the New Castle County 4-H program and will be using them to reduce the densities of various woody invasive plants throughout our woodlands. Come out to meet […]

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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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September 3, 2014 – Our Wednesdays at Winterthur program returns today from its August hiatus. Join us at 11:30 at the Brown Horticulture Learning Center. It has been well documented that many plants commonly used in landscaping and gardens are non-native and invasive. They can cause a lot of detrimental effects to our fragile natural landscapes.  Fear not! There are […]

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