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Cooking from Abundance: Staghorn Sumac

Staghorn Sumac, not to be confused with poison sumac, is a perennial shrub native to Northeastern US and Southern Canada, but can be...

Lets Plant Some Trees!

During our stewardship days we typically spend a lot of our time removing plants. Sometimes it can feel a little odd. Although logically...

The Wildways Interns of Tomorrow

After experiencing the rollercoaster ride that is invasive species management this summer, I wanted to share my experience with the...

Strangulation or just a tight squeeze?

It's been nearly a year since we last checked in on the wire mesh/ strangulation control method installed at a patch of Japanese knotweed...

Unlikely Japanese Knotweed Killers?

Invasive species can be a serious problem for biodiversity. Unfortunately, they seem to be EVERYWHERE. The Intervale is no exception: the...

Japanese Knotweed Paper

Burlington Parks and Rec did a great job at removing Japanese Knotweed from the bike path last summer. Trash bags full of knotweed sat at...

A bittersweet transition into fall

by libby rhodes, october 8th 2021 As our summer of barefoot Intervale walks, Ethan Allen sunbathing, and parks and rec creemees has come...

Goats Gone Wildways: Part 3

Photo courtesy of Colin Hodge Instagram: colin_hodge Hey folks, I know it's been a while. The goats are long gone (but hopefully alive…...

Sustainable Harvesting Pledge

Hi! I just wanted to upload the sustainable harvesting pledge I mention in all of my invasive recipe posts! Linked below is the pledge...

Goats Gone Wildways (part 2)

There's been a little drama since last time we talked. After a few shocks, the goats seemed acclimated to the electric fence and ready to...

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The Intervale Center
180 Intervale Rd,
Burlington, VT, 05405

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