A final mountain top high five to celebrate lighter packs and all accessible broom being cleared!
A final mountain top high five to celebrate lighter packs and all accessible broom being cleared! Photo: Katie Kushneryk

Battling Broom on Mt. Sutil

The resilient and invasive Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius) is back in full force this season, with flowers quickly coming into bloom in disturbed sunny sites across the island. Distinguished by its bright yellow flowers and woody stem, the perennial plant can have up to 3500 seed pods per individual, which when released, can travel up […]

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Thank You to Our Past Interns

The following is a list of our past student interns. Year Name Country Project 2004 Ian Sargeant Scotland Forest Restoration 2005 Nina Koele Holland Soil Chemistry Study/Forest  Restoration Monitoring 2005 Eva Meier Germany Biodiversity Monitoring 2005 Thea Wiesinger Germany Biodiversity Monitoring 2006 Klara Jansson Denmark Forest Restoration 2006 Sabine Luning Germany Great Beaver Swamp Management […]

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