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Exploring Positive Forest Pathways; a Report from the Field

By on Feb 13, 2018 in Listening to the Land |

Exploring Positive Forest Pathways; a Report from the Field For over 170 years, Peter Hayes’ family have developed deep relationships with forests. Hayes can track his forestry heritage back to 1848, where his great, great grandfather worked in the forests and sawmills of the Adirondack Mountains. Seven generations later, his family now owns and cares for three...

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The Wild and Rare in our own Backyards: Life in the Coastal Edge

By on Feb 13, 2018 in Listening to the Land |

The Wild and Rare in our own Backyards: Life in the Coastal Edge 30 million years ago, the present-day coastline was being formed by flood lavas from Idaho diving beneath the sea and then slowly rising out of the water to become the peaks we cherish today. Let’s explore the origins of Onion and Angora peaks and Neahkahnie mountain, discover the rare abundance of...

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