Land Steward Lauren Palatini gives the new trail counter a thumbs-up Trail counters were installed at several of the EcoPreserve’s main trailheads to count the number of visitors entering or exiting the EcoPreserve. The objective is gain a better idea of the amount and location of the EcoPreserve’s usage. The counters don’t take pictures, they just count people passing by. So far the numbers are telling: for the months of October 2016 through January 2017, approximately 3,100 visitors entered or…
Buell Brook traversing a snow-covered landscape February’s warm temperatures jump-started Spring in the EcoPreserve but a mid-March snowfall slowed it down again. The 8 inches of snow provided wonderful cross-country skiing opportunities for a few days till Spring reasserted itself.
The sisters of the Alpha Phi Omega sorority held a trash pick-up on Sunday February 26, 2017. It was a cool, blustery day but 25+ women converged on the EcoPreserve to scour the trails and borders for litter. They collected quite a haul of trash. The question I have is why do people leave so much litter?
The annual Deer Management program in the EcoPreserve is upon us! The Bow Hunting season for deer management starts December 17, 2016 through February 19,2017. For more information on the Deer Management Program, such as why or how we are conducting this program: Please Click Here