Buckthorn Can Overtake A Forest

Invasive plants are attempting to take over our forests and fields. From winged euonymus (burning bush) and Japanese … [Read more...]

For a Touch of Sweetness, Visit Your Local Beekeeper

“The only reason for making a buzzing-noise that I know of is because you’re a bee...The only reason for being a bee … [Read more...]

Meet the Oriole, Summer’s Songster

“To hear an oriole sing May be a common thing -- Or only a divine.” Emily Dickinson from “The Oriole’s … [Read more...]

Become a Water Detective at May 26 Acorn Adventure

The Last Green Valley Ranger Jean Pillo will lead the May 26 Acorn Adventure, Underwater Exploration. The adventure will … [Read more...]

Get Out and Paddle Along Our Rivers This Spring

Rivers are the lifeblood of The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor. They define our region’s history, from … [Read more...]

Spring promises a variety of song and eggs

In my office I have a photograph of two bald eagles in a nest with two young hatchlings. The eagles built it about 10 … [Read more...]

The Last Green Valley Announces First Funding Phase of $12.2 Million Project to Protect the Southern New England Heritage Forest

The Last Green Valley, Inc. and its project partners have launched phase one of a $12.2 million program to help … [Read more...]

Nature’s Transformation Has Begun With Winter Finally Behind Us

We are gratefully sliding from April into May. Frankly, I am happy to see April headed toward the rear-view mirror. It, … [Read more...]

Consider Joining a Cleanup for Earth Day

Next Sunday is Earth Day, celebrated each year on April 22. For many of us who live and work here in The Last Green … [Read more...]

Dark Skies Survey

We value your input! Please take two minutes and let us know how you feel about stargazing and light pollution in The … [Read more...]