Biodiversity—short for biological diversity—makes the world go round, powering the ecosystem that supports life.
MFNC’s November 3 speaker via Zoom, Alberto Suarez-Esteban—local farmer, instructor and researcher; a biologist by training and a passionate naturalist—knows well how disturbances change ecosystems. As well as teaching “Ecosystem and Environmental Change” at Carleton Continue reading →
A Walk in my Home Place (excerpt from Caring for our Homeplace by Dr Gray Merriam) MMLT
Follow the river upstream. Across the exposed bedrock –gneiss and mica schist. Climb up the gentle slippery slope of the tiny batholith to the moss and lichen gardens in the open veins of Continue reading →