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Tag Archives: Department of Science and Stewardship
Report Nantucket Bat Sightings!
GOT BATS? We want to hear of your sightings! Zara Dowling, a graduate student at UMass-Amherst, received a research grant from the Nantucket Biodiversity Initiative this spring to study and document the bat species on Nantucket. Zara has been working … Continue reading
Welcome to NCF’s 2015 Seasonal Botany Field Assistants
Each summer, the Nantucket Conservation Foundation hires two seasonal botany field assistants to help us collect data on a variety of projects throughout the field season. This year, we are very lucky to have Natalie Pawlikowski and Kaitlyn Evans joining … Continue reading
Spring Happenings at Squam Farm
By Connie Helstosky, NCF Sheep Grazing Project Technician Greetings from Squam Farm! This past fall I made the decision to not breed the ewes. Therefore, there will be no lambs this year out at Squam Farm. I do look forward … Continue reading
Posted in Sheep Tagged botany, Department of Science and Stewardship, Nantucket sheep, sheep grazing, sheep nutrition, sheep shearing 1 Comment
An American Oystercatcher in Flight (photo courtesy of Vernon Laux). In our last blog post, we discussed the many preparations currently underway in our Science and Stewardship Department for the arrival of our seasonal field assistants and the start of … Continue reading