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Protect Your Public Lands on Election Day

Did you know that our public lands, which provide places for recreation, water quality protection, homes for wildlife, can be – and have been – …

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A Summer to be Inspired

Steep Rock Association’s first ever Van Sinderen Intern, Karlie, shares her experiences at Steep Rock Association this summer: Starting off the Van Sinderen Conservationist Internship …

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Calling Marsh Birds

Calling Marsh Birds – Beams of mist shine from the headlights as I turn into Macricostas Preserve’s parking lot.  Wheels lightly crunch over dirt and …

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DISSECTING an OWL PELLET

Steep Rock Association trustee, committee chair, and conservation easement landowner, Natalie Dyer, poked into the office this spring possessing some treasure.  “It’s an owl pellet!”, …

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SQUIGGLING AND SQUIRMING our way through SPRING

SQUIGGLING AND SQUIRMING our way through SPRING

It’s that time of year again when thrushes and warblers serenade forest dwellers, buds burst, and a rejuvenated environment even teases of summer with an …

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Wildlife baby season: if you care, leave them there

Wildlife baby season: if you care, leave them there “Hello Steep Rock? My cat brought a baby bunny into the house. It doesn’t look injured, …

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Bushwhacking 101 : Nature Preserve Monitoring

Bushwhacking 101: Nature Preserve Monitoring Have you ever seen those yellow “Steep Rock Nature Preserve” property signs dotting the roads of Washington? Behind those signs …

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New England cottontails need Land Conservation

One of our Citizen Science volunteers decided to take her efforts one step further and found a unique way to support our conservation efforts. Kathy …

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#64

With snowshoes strapped, baggies at the ready, and GPS fixed, I head out into one of Steep Rock Association’s (SRA) preserves characterized as overgrown field …

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