August’s Berry Go Round is now up at Seeds Aside. I love Seeds Aside. Botanical content and pun-filled writing – two of my favorite things! Some of the great posts in this particular carnival are this one on botanizing in … Continue reading →
If you’re driving from Michigan to Pittsburgh, you’ll probably go through Ohio. At least, that’s how the car-full of ecologists I was with did it. Some people might advise you to find some (any) way around it. I had never … Continue reading →
Also at MacCready Reserve is a prairie fen restoration project. Before I visited the reserve, I had never heard of a prairie fen. That’s pretty sad, because prairie fens are awesome. Lots of people get excited about them because of … Continue reading →
July’s Berry Go Round is here. If you’re too lazy to run over to Jade Blackwater’s blog to read it, my favorites were Steve Young’s search for a rare sedge and Jeremy’s summary of the industrial vs. organic farming debate.
As of last week, there’s a new edition of Berry Go Round available. The posts this edition are quite good, thanks to the discerning taste of the host. My two favorites were a post on the resurrection fern by The … Continue reading →
The 28th Berry Go Round is a few days old now, but definitely still worth visiting. Some of my favorites from this edition were Mary Farmer’s post on the relationship between a stunning tropical tree and extinct megafauna and a … Continue reading →
Berry Go Round #27 is up now at A Neotropical Savanna. If, like me, you’re still wearing wool coats and winter boots and looking longingly at the teeny tiny buds hoping spring will JUST HURRY UP, it might help you … Continue reading →