I wasn’t always a Northwest kinda person. I originally grew up in the Missouri Ozarks, mostly in Rolla, surrounded by… Read more Ozarks Habitat Restoration: Privet, Honeysuckle, and One Rogue Hoe
Farewell to an Old Cedar–and Hello to a New One
Last Wednesday I had the opportunity to do some volunteering with Willapa National Wildlife Refuge. As the weather has finally… Read more Farewell to an Old Cedar–and Hello to a New One
Is Planting Trees Always the Answer?
Look at any list of “things you can do to save the planet/combat climate change/prevent extinction/etc.”, and you’re almost always… Read more Is Planting Trees Always the Answer?
Habitat Restoration: Replacing Invasive Beach Grass with Native
I love sleep, and I love not having to wake to an alarm. It’s one of my favorite things about… Read more Habitat Restoration: Replacing Invasive Beach Grass with Native
Pacific Flyway Shorebird Survey
One of the many reasons I look forward to fall is the Pacific Flyway Shorebird Survey. I’ve been volunteering with… Read more Pacific Flyway Shorebird Survey
Picking Lupine For the Greater Good
Last week I spent some time picking lupine seeds at Willapa National Wildlife Refuge. For the past few years I’ve… Read more Picking Lupine For the Greater Good