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  • What to Do When You Spot a Spotted Lanternfly

    This weeks blog post is from Faryn S., a Drummers alumni! She writes about how to identify the invasive Spotted Lanternfly, and what action to take if you find them!

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  • The Mantis

    This week’s blog is from Lyssa B., a Gobblers alumni! She describes the interesting anatomy and habits of the praying mantis. 

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  • Getting to Know the World Around You

    This weeks blog post is from Maggie C., a Bucktails alumni! She writes about the importance of observations in nature. 

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  • Autumn: An Unbe-leaf-able Period of Color Transition

    This weeks blog post was written by Emma O., a Gobblers alumni! She writes about the interesting science behind fall foliage.

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  • Leave No Footprints

    This weeks blog post is from Nick S., a Drummers and Bass alumni! He writes about his research on Environmental Justice, and the ways that we can work to cut down our environmental footprint. 

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  • My Trees

    This weeks blog post is from Molly Hoffman, a Gobblers alumni! She writes about how her love of trees led her to want to become an environmental scientist.  

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  • A Visit from an Eastern Box Turtle

    This weeks blog post is from Eileen Cox, a Bucktails and Gobblers alumni! She writes about Russel, an Eastern box turtle she spotted in her backyard.

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  • Looking Forward to Fall

    This is the second installment in a four part series, written by Peter, a Drummers, Ursids, and Gobblers alumni.  He is writing about four environmental-based projects he designed and worked on as part of his his journey towards applying for the William T. Hornaday Silver Medal Award, through the Boy Scouts.

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  • On The Hunt

    This week’s blog post is written by Rosalie S. a Bucktails alumni! She writes about the approach of archery season, and how important it is to her.

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  • Saving Cranberry Glade Lake: A Research Assessment

    This guest post is written by Peter L., an Ursids, Drummers, and Gobblers alumni, who is writing a special 4-part series, detailing his journey towards applying for the William T. Hornaday Silver Medal Award, through the Boy Scouts.  As part of earning this award, scouts must “plan, lead, and carry out four significant projects in natural resource conservation or environmental improvements,” and Peter has written a blog post for each of his projects.

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