Fascinating FungiOct 5, 2022 | | Notes from the Wild
Fall is the perfect time to get down low and take a closer peek at the stunningly diverse and complex organisms that are fungi
Pit by PitSep 20, 2022 |
As another battle over aggregate mining gears up in Cataract, the question remains: how do we balance our voracious demand for aggregates with the rights of local citizens and nature?
A Walk in The HillsSep 20, 2022 | | Leisure
The illustrator behind The Sweetgrass Chronicles series turns his attention to the hills of Mulmur.
Where The Wild Things AreSep 20, 2022 | | Community
What the leaders, students and parents of local outdoor school programs want us to know about the power of outdoor learning.
Transforming Turf into a Meadow EcosystemSep 12, 2022 | | Notes from the Wild
From a swath of turf grass came a thriving meadow ecosystem full of wild flowers, pollinators and biodiversity.
Bats Aided by Citizen ScientistsAug 8, 2022 | | Notes from the Wild
Bats hunt with their astonishing echolocating ability, sending out pulses of sound and then “reading” the returning echoes for the shape signatures of potential prey.
Who Pollinates Michigan Lilies?Jul 14, 2022 | | Notes from the Wild
Could the answer to my pollination puzzle be butterfly wings?
StarstruckJun 24, 2022 |
From a small observatory in a Belfountain backyard, the heavens are revealed.
Water WorksJun 24, 2022 | | Back Issues
Rural life means getting your water from a well. But do you know how your system operates and how to keep it healthy?
Movers and Shakers: River ChubJun 7, 2022 | | Notes from the Wild
The breeders and the egg stealers make a river chub nest a happening place in springtime.
Calvin the Salamander Returns!May 10, 2022 | | Notes from the Wild
Calvin and his kin depend on two things for their survival: forest and fishless ponds.
Magical MerlinsApr 17, 2022 | | Notes from the Wild
Merlins have been recorded nesting in Orangeville, Caledon Village and just south of Headwaters in Georgetown.