Easing Into Autumn

It’s happening slowly. A little more each day. The pulsing pace of summer and all her activities are slowly giving way to the more subdued rhythms of autumn.

Categories: Animals, Bison, Land Management, Notes from the Land, Partnerships, Seasonal

An Ecological History of Belwin

“Roaming Stone” marks Belwin’s first long-term art installation, commissioned as part of 4Ground: Midwest Land Art Biennial.

Categories: Animals, Bison, Land Management, Notes from the Land, Partnerships, Seasonal

The Fullness of Summer

We have arrived at the moment of fullness in the seasonal year.

The natural world has reached a zenith in terms of growth and productivity.

Categories: Animals, Bison, Land Management, Notes from the Land, Partnerships, Seasonal

The Music of Restoration: Belwin Prepares for Third “Music in the Trees”

If you come out to Belwin this August, you might be surprised by what you find. Walking up the trail to the Hilltop Classroom, the first thing you’ll notice will be the music filtering down through the pines. This music won’t be coming from any stage you can see, but rather from perches overhead. Looking… Continue Reading The Music of Restoration: Belwin Prepares for Third “Music in the Trees”

Categories: Arts, Culture, and Ecology, Education, Events, Seasonal

West Virginia v. EPA

Last week, the Supreme Court released their decision on the climate action case, West Virginia v. EPA.  The ruling limits the power of the EPA to regulate power plant emissions including carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses that play a major role in climate change. The dissenting justices captured it perfectly, noting that the ruling… Continue Reading West Virginia v. EPA

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