March has arrived and I couldn’t be happy! Not only because spring break is right around the corner but also because the season of spring is upon us! Earlier this week I visited my phenology spot with a group of […]
It is great to be back to my old phenology spot and to witness all the changes that have come over it since I left the spot in December. Now the Pines are covered in snow and the leaves have the decisions trees […]
I’m very sad to see how fast the time has flown. It feels just like yesterday I was a bright-eyed first year taking her first steps onto UVM’s campus. Now I’m not so bright-eyed, can actually find my way around […]
I just recently discovered a Red Pine at the edge of my phenology spot! I could identify the tree as a Red Pine due the pairs of needles versus the bundles of five needles which the Eastern White Pine is known for.
The place I chose for my phenology spot at home over the break was Short Beach in Stratford, CT. I live in the town of Stratford and have gone to the beach there many times. I never thought much about going to the […]
We run to the woods, anxious to see this new wonder.
None of us ever could have imagined that under,
The bricks and the cement of the university dorms,
Lays a lush, green, wooded landform.
We throw down our […]
Over the course of the season the Redstone Pines have changed since I first visited the area at the very beginning of this semester. The ground is currently blanketed in pine needles however, the Eastern White […]
As the seasons turn over and we have entered fall, the Redstone Pines have begun to reflect the season change. A great number of pine needles have turned brown and fallen to the wood floor. As I trek through the […]
I decided to pick this Redstone green space as my place because I enjoyed visiting the small wooded area before the project was even assigned. My friends and I will often visit the woods when we wanted to get away […]