October 1, 2021

Fall in the Forest: Using Our Senses for Science & Stewardship

Cool nights and colorful foliage are highlights of fall in the forest. Use all of your sensory power to explore on your own or join the […]
June 24, 2021

Gypsy Moth – It’s almost over, your place is a mess, and your trees are still alive

It’s almost over! The Gypsy Moth frass, leaf fragments and large, hairy caterpillars will stop raining down on your head and home in the next few […]
June 3, 2021

Gypsy Moth – An Unwelcome Start to Summer

Are creeping caterpillars spoiling your early summer fun or harming your trees? Gypsy Moth caterpillars are making messes and gobbling tree leaves in larger than normal […]
December 31, 2020

Joys of Winter Stewardship

Happy New Year! All of Michigan’s many seasons are filled with wonder, but winter is definitely my favorite time of year for outdoor work.  Why do […]
September 10, 2020

Defending the Great Lakes from Harmful Invaders

If you’ve lived in or visited the Great Lakes, you’ve probably encountered, or possibly even wrestled with, one or more invasive species. Invasive species are aggressively […]