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The following was written in August by Natural Lands Intern Madeline Banks. This is a follow-up piece to her first post about the prescribed burns that took place in April, which can be viewed here: http://gardenblog.winterthur.org/2017/05/16/prescribed-burn-at-winterthur/.   A version of both posts was recently included on the blog of the Ecological Landscape Alliance and can […]

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Kirsten Liebl, our Natural Lands Winter Intern writes the following: If you happen to be wandering through some of the natural wooded areas of Winterthur, don’t be surprised if you come across what looks like a large cage in the forest.  Don’t worry; we are not keeping any dangerous animals in there! In fact we are […]

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If I had a dime for every time I hear “So what do you guys do in the winter?” I would be writing this blog from my own private tropical island somewhere.  OK—maybe not a tropical island as I am not too fond of the heat; how about a snowy New England hilltop?  Regardless, you […]

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My name is Mark Wolanski and I am from Wilmington, Delaware. Since March I have been serving as the six month Garden/Estate intern but will be transitioning to the Natural Lands intern in May. I have recently graduated from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Arts in Geography. By majoring in geography, students […]

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