Thank you to all the volunteers who helped to make our Earth Day Clean-up at Bender Melon Farm a success! The workday was a great start to what will certainly be a busy stewardship season.
There are many projects in motion at the preserve this spring—read the latest updates here!
The eastern hemlock (AKA Canada Hemlock) is one of four species of the Tsugagenus, native to North America: T. caroliniana (Carolina), T. heterophylla (Western), and T. mertensiana (Mountain) being the other three. Learn more in this blog post from our new Stewardship Coordinator Marshall Lefebvre!
Read our tips to ensure a safe and enjoyable time on the trails.
MHLC completed the sale of a 20-acre portion of the Bender Melon Farm property along Route 85.
The other day while hiking at Wolf Creek Falls, we came upon the frozen creek and several sets of beautiful waterfalls, each creating magical myriad designs reminding us of the enchanted images and shapes from childhood fairy tales and primordial mythologies.
With warblers and raptors already well on their way south, it may seem like birdwatching has passed its peak. But there are still lots of birds to observe on MHLC trails this fall!
Aengus, walks with us and talks early fall wildflowers.