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Archive for May, 2019

Visiting my phenology site today was bittersweet. So much has changed since the beginning of the semester, and buds of the winged euonymus are finally blossoming like I’ve never seen before. Nature and culture intertwine at this place in many different ways. Students often come out to these woods and frolic or do work, and […]

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