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Cathedral Trail and Kay Smith

by Maggie Heineman I like to lead trail walks for two reasons. It gives new residents an opportunity to become familiar with some convoluted sections of the trails that they might not otherwise visit.  And, just as important to me, I get to get to know new residents...

Trail Walk in Early Spring

On the first trail walk of the season it was in the 40s on the day before the spring equinox. The water was fairly high at the dock and there were two Canada Geese paddling along the SW Branch of the Rancocas Creek.  Continue reading this post for links to a video of...

Meadow in Bloom: The Gigapan

Terry Foss recently provided his fifth Gigapan of the Lumberton Meadow, documenting the changes that are occurring during the 3-year rejuvenation program. To read about that go to bartonarboretum.org/arboretum-features/meadows/. To understand how one can zoom and...

Meadow Wildflowers June 20

All but two of the links go to the Medford Leas Residents Wildflower Site and they all give botanical names. There was was Milkweed, Coreopsis, Fleabane Daisy, and Purple Vetch.  Milkweed’s cousin, Butterfly Weed, was present, but not abundant....

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