Invasive Species

Burning at Belwin

At Belwin Conservancy, we steward more than 1,500 ecologically rich acres next door to a major metropolitan area. Our goal is not just to maintain the land as it was when we acquired it, but to transform the land to the state it was in before European settlers arrived and to support the most ecologically… Continue Reading Burning at Belwin

Categories: Invasive Species, Land Management

When Winter Favors Summer Weeds

This article was first published in the winter of 2017. On the shortest day of 2016, more than 100 people came to Belwin for our first Solstice Bonfire. Great piles of buckthorn branches were burned, music was sung, stories were told and friendships—with others and with the land—were made. Spotted knapweed is an invasive species… Continue Reading When Winter Favors Summer Weeds

Categories: Invasive Species, Land Management, Plants

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