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In 1872, Yellowstone became the first national park, and it ignited our long journey and ambitions as a country to appreciate and protect this land that we love. We cannot […]
What makes a forest a forest, a meadow a meadow, or a swamp a swamp? Many physical factors play into the natural communities that occur on Southern Conservation Trust lands… […]
This Mother’s Day, we will talk about a certain bear who has shown love for her cubs for many years. This bear is known as Grizzly 399, and she is […]
It’s funny when asked to write about my foraged lion’s mane mushroom crab cake recipe for the SCT blog, I instantly thought about all the times I tried to look […]
Technology has come a long way since the Single-Lens Reflex (SLR) Cameras that captured some of the most iconic nature photography by scientists and naturalists in the 20th century. The […]
Lots of history and superstition surround the four-leaf clover.  As a child, I fondly remember standing in the yard with my Dad searching for four-leaf clovers, he could spot one […]

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