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Tag Archives: art
We burned a portion of a prairie yesterday. As the fire was winding down, a small strip of grass near the edge was burning itself out and I walked over to play around (safely) with some photography. I’ve always found … Continue reading
This post was written by Katharine Hogan, one of our Hubbard Fellows. Katharine is multifaceted and very talented – exactly the kind of person we like having in our Fellowship program. I used to be a fairly prolific artist. … Continue reading
This post is written by Kim Tri, one of our two Hubbard Fellows for this year. Kim is an excellent artist, as well as an ecologist, writer, and land steward. As you can see, her drawings of animals are exceptional. … Continue reading
Earlier this week, I wrote about interesting holes in the bark of burned ponderosa pine trees at our Niobrara Valley Preserve. However, I wasn’t actually focused on documenting holes in trees at the time – I was just looking for … Continue reading
When Kim Tri (pronounced “tree) contacted us about coming out to volunteer for a month in the late spring/early summer, we weren’t sure what to think. Why would someone from Sterling College in Vermont – a tiny little liberal arts … Continue reading
Beaver art? This week, I had some time to walk along the creek that runs through our Platte River Prairies. As I was walking, I found this big cottonwood tree that had fallen over and subsequently had most of the … Continue reading