Nature

Wildflower walk at Land Trust a success

Gathered around White Pines over 150 years old, and listening to ecologist Cathy Keddy talk about all things botanical, are Sunday's walkers at the...

Help pollinator project near Pakenham, Saturday

Work Bee: Saturday, July 13 at 9 am to noon, 919 Sugarbush Road, to work on the Pollinator Pilot Project to organically manage Wild...

Discover wildflowers, July 14

July is a wonderful time to take a walk and glory in the outbursting of flowering plants.  Do you recognize this flower? It's bloodroot,...

Spring hike on Blueberry Mountain with Thoreau

“In Wildness is the preservation of the world” David Henry Thoreau Henry David Thoreau presented his ideas to a group of 40 hikers on a...

Bill Mason’s daughter speaks at MVFN event, April 16

The Mississippi Valley Field Naturalists have two very special speakers, Becky Mason and Reid McLauchlin, at the MVFN annual Spring Gathering event next Tuesday,...

Tatlock wildlife

John Connelly sends along these great photos from out Tatlock way. Pictures from below a bird feeder, down the Tatlock I have long enjoyed reading the...

The Poole Nature Trail in Drummond is now open

The Poole Family Nature Sanctuary (PFNS) is the latest addition to the Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust’s diverse portfolio of protected properties. MMLT now stewards...

‘Youth Rangers’ assist High Lonesome Nature Reserve

The Stewardship Youth Ranger team from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry recently spent two days assisting Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust with the...

Kayaking on the Mississippi

by Brent Eades Each summer I can usually be counted on to post a video of one of my kayak trips along the river in...

Dragonflies, damselflies & butterflies at High Lonesome

On June 23rd, local ecologist and nature enthusiast Ken Allison led an intrepid group on a field visit at High Lonesome, MMLT’s flagship property...

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