Forester’s Blog: The Importance of Young Forest Habitat

Young forest habitat at New York’s Mongaup Valley Wildlife Management Area. Photo by: Gregory Cerne, via the Ruffed Grouse Society. Mention old-growth forests and most people think of giant sequoias in California, centuries-old Douglas firs and western redcedars in British Columbia, red pines in Ontario, or massive live oaks in the Southern US. These charismatic megaflora certainly [...]

August 24th, 2022|

Pursuing Our Dreams

Last week I found myself driving through central North Carolina following a meeting, and decided to pay a quick visit to my alma mater at Duke University.

May 15th, 2015|

The Great Cypress Swamp

There was a time when I began every morning by strapping my boots on… but that’s been a long time ago. Anymore, my morning routine is more likely to focus on a cup of coffee and finding my glasses.

May 7th, 2015|

Have You Seen the Gorilla?

Have you seen that video where a group of students participating in an experiment on selective attention pass a ball to each other? At the beginning of the video you are asked: How many times do the students wearing white shirts pass the ball to each other?

March 5th, 2015|

Managing Change, For the Better

I suspect that most of us remember places that have changed in our lifetimes. Change is inevitable. And while it may be foolish to resist change, it is certainly wise to shape it.

November 13th, 2014|


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