This week’s blog post is written by Nick S., a Drummers alumni and monthly blog correspondent. He talks about a tradition, originating in Japan, that involves getting out and into nature and how it can be good for your body and mind! There are no specific rules, just your own pace and your own enjoyment of the outdoors.
This week’s blog is written by Wulfgar, a monthly blog correspondent and Drummer’s Alumni. Beginning in ancient times, and taking us all the way up to present day, he writes about mangrove forests. Read on to discover more about these unique ecosystems!
This week’s blog post is timely for those who are considering bringing a tree inside – if you are wondering about your options for this particular holiday tradition, our monthly blog correspondent, Cavan, has done his research to bring you the details about ecological considerations of Christmas trees!
This week’s blog post is by Delaney, a Bucktails alumni and new monthly blog correspondent. She welcomes in the brisk weather with details about some of the classic changes we see in fall – and some of the quintessential plants who are the stars of this season!
This week’s post is written by Monthly Blog Correspondent, Julia B, a Bucktails and Bass alumni. She highlights a natural phenomenon rarely seen, inosculation. Julia elaborates on how trees can become inosculated and how it can be associated with spiritual meaning.