American Woodcock a Harbinger of Spring

On a cool evening last week my wife, Julie, and I drove out to Blue Flag Meadow in Hampton. We parked, stepped through … [Read more...]

A fox in the headlights

One night long ago I was driving along a dark road in Woodstock when my headlights caught a fox along the side of the … [Read more...]

Celebrating Women’s History Month in The Last Green Valley

Aug. 18, marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote in … [Read more...]

Important Opportunity Available for Forestland or Woodland Owners

Are you a forestland owner looking to improve your woodland habitat for important bird species, and manage your woods … [Read more...]

The First Signs of Spring

I have been thinking about the approach of spring. The Vernal Equinox is just days away (March 19), but winter has … [Read more...]

Representatives introduce legislation to reauthorize The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor

From Representative Courtney's Office:   Today, Representatives Joe Courtney (CT-02), Jahana Hayes (CT-05), and … [Read more...]

Senators introduce legislation to reauthorize The Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor

From Senator Murphy's Office: WASHINGTON—U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) along with U.S. Senator Richard … [Read more...]

Back road bat mobile in The Last Green Valley

During the summer months my wife, Julie, and I drive the Bat Mobile along the dark roads of Windham County. Our patrol … [Read more...]

Role of the forester is keeper

“I have loved my woods since the day I first walked in them, but my appreciation of them has increased exponentially … [Read more...]

Finding Tracks in The Last Green Valley

A few weeks ago, The Last Green Valley woke to a crisp Sunday winter morning. Four inches of soft, wet snow fell … [Read more...]