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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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It Takes a Village

It Takes a Village to Build a Garden and a Garden to Feed a Community Judea Garden is celebrating its 10th season of providing fresh, …

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Cottontail species hunkered down in a hollow tree

PURSUIT for PELLETS

They’re not the easiest to obtain.  Stooping, crawling, and dipping through young forest, citizen scientists with Steep Rock Association (SRA) earned their cottontail scat (or …

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THE FUNGAL ARMS

THE FUNGAL ARMS

Essay and photos by Peary Stafford It’s January… and there’s precious little nature to study in Steep Rock.  Few birds, no insects and for sure …

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Tax Bill, Land Conservation, and You

With each donation you give, you help ensure the lands you love are well cared for and maintained as wildlife habitats, hiking trails, and places …

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Preserve Experiences

Nature provides us with the opportunity to rejuvenate and explore.  We asked visitors to share memorable experiences they have had in our preserves.  Please enjoy …

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Senior Community Outing

Where might the senior community go when looking for a place to explore the outdoors with friends and neighbors? They go to Steep Rock Preserve, …

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Eliot Johnson, local donor to Steep Rock Association

Donor Spotlight on…
Eliot Johnson

Eliot Johnson is a part-time farmer and the owner of West Mountain Builders. Eliot lives, farms, and does business on property that once housed his …

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AN ULTRASONIC EAR to the NIGHT SKY

AN ULTRASONIC EAR to the NIGHT SKY

Bats not only flap webbed digits to get around. They also use echolocation to navigate through their surroundings and capture insects, rapidly emitting high-frequency pulses …

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