Cohoho – and Raindrop – Rendezvous

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Being an experimental forest, we like to – well – experiment. Two years ago when it as 8 degrees F. at the starting hour of our annual celebration welcoming the globetrotting swimming Coho back to Lousignont Creek in the Timber Forest, the experimental question was “how many of the 100 folks who RSVPed will show up […]

Troublingly Attached to ……….

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      Over the past nearly thirty years of owning and caring for our forests we’ve discovered that we have become troublingly attached to certain species of trees  – particularly Oregon white oak.  We’re fortunate to have many acres of both savannah oak and oak woodlands in the 750 acres of our Mt. Richmond […]

Generations, Generation, and Regeneration

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  The combination of memory, calendars, and cameras help us appreciate how time passes and how forests change and regenerate, if we let them. This past week, 23 year old Molly has been the “crew boss” as we continue the hard, rewarding, long, and meditative work of pruning the lower branches from a plantation of […]