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BUILDING BOARDWALK

BUILDING BOARDWALK

It all starts with a plan and permit when wetlands are concerned, but the latest stewardship project at Macricostas Preserve simply involved maintenance on a …

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Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey:  A Citizen Science Opportunity

Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey:  A Citizen Science Opportunity Training: Friday, January 11, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM @SRA Office (2 Green Hill Road) Survey: …

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Riffle Bioassessment by Volunteers (RBV) Program

Spring 2016 Water Bar Maintenance

Many water bars have been installed on Steep Rock trails to divert water and prevent erosion.  These bars fill with sand, leaves, sticks, and other …

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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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