Articles

 

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Border Forests: Legacies of the Iron Curtain.
Northern Woodlands magazine, Spring 2016

…”In short, the story in this landscape is that the former death strip has been transformed into Germany’s longest, skinniest nature preserve – the Grünes Band (Green Belt). Ironically, during the 40 years that people were kept out of the border strip, this inhospitable place became a refuge for plant and animal species that were losing habitat to development and agriculture on both sides of the border: Some 1,200 rare and threatened species have been documented in the former border so far.”

AliciaDonohueCaveBurlington’s Wild Heart: Meet Field Naturalist Alicia Daniel
Burlington Free Press, February 7, 2016

 

 

Forestry in Iceland?nothernwoodlands
Northern Woodlands magazine, Winter 2015

 

 

 

 

border strip graphicIn these Woods: Finding Renewal in the Borderland.
Vermont Quarterly, Fall 2015

 

 

 

A Different Kind of Flower Show
Charlotte News, May 2011

Plants and People: Questions of Place and Belonging
Valley News, June 6, 2005