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Protect a piece of nature #AcreByAcre

Right now, we have an incredible opportunity to protect a property totaling 360 acres of...

Not all fires are bad

As we watch the devastating wildfires in California rage on, it’s hard to believe that...

Bat quest

The most nerve wracking period of time for me when leading a public bat walk...

Looking for tallgrass prairies

From historical references dating back to the 1600’s, tallgrass prairies were known to extend widely...


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