LandLines Newsletter Archive

LandLines is our bi-annual newsletter for conservation easement holders.

2016

Spring 2016 — LandLines

  • Radical change projected for northern forests is rooted in past, current management
  • Japanese stilt grass and Christmas fern
  • How a fossilized forest in Arctic Norway changed the Earth’s climate
  • Clear Choices Clean Water

Fall 2016 — LandLines

  • Riparian Buffer Management
  • Invasive earthworms threaten trees
  • Rebirth after fire
  • Useful app for landowners
  • Mile-a-minute and Virginia creeper

 

2015

Spring 2015 — LandLines

  • The Importance of Family Forests to Conservation Goals
  • Invasive Species Corner: Tree of Heaven
  • Native Species Spotlight: Milkweed
  • The healing power of nature: Forest bathing
  • The Overlooked Threats to Family-Forest Wood Supplies

Fall 2015 — LandLines

  • The Link Between Japanese Barberry and Lyme Disease
  • The Delaware River Watershed Initiative
  • Building Resilience in the Upper Delaware
  • Invasive Species Corner: Japanese Barberry
  • Native Species Spotlight: Highbush blueberry
  • Stewardship Resources for Landowners

 

2014

Spring 2014 — LandLines

  • Landowner Story: We Are All Connected
  • Invasive Species Corner: Japanese Barberry
  • Native Species Alternatives: Old Fashioned Weigela, Smokebush
  • The Gift of a Legacy

Fall 2014 — LandLines

  • ATV Trespass: Tips for Landowners
  • Native Species Spotlight: Black Gum Tree
  • Invasive Species Corner: Mile-a-Minute Vine
  • Helping Find Home for the New England Cottontail

2013

Spring 2013 — LandLines

  • Reacting to Reality: Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Forces Management Decisions
  • Native Species Spotlight: Trailing-arbutus
  • Invasive Species Corner: Hemlock Woolly Adelgid
  • Protect Your Forests from Invasive Insects

Fall 2013 — LandLines

  • Enhancing Habitat for Wildlife
  • Native Species Spotlight: Monarch butterfly
  • Invasive Species Corner: Gypsy Moth
  • Recipe: Garlic Mustard Pesto
  • Landowner Spotlight: Partners in Protecting Land

 

2012

Spring — LandLines

  • Habitat Access Program: Stewardship Help for Forest Landowners
  • Forest Lessons: What’s Your Acorn Potential?
  • Native Species Spotlight: Cardinal Flower
  • Invasive Species Corner: Didymo (“Rock Snot”)

Fall 2012 — LandLines

  • “Green” Yards Protect Streams
  • American Forest Foundation Website for Landowners
  • Native Species Spotlight: Wild Bergamot
  • Invasive Species Corner: Hydrilla

 

2011

Spring 2011 — LandLines

  • Common Diseases of Mixed Hardwood Woodlots
  • Native Species Spotlight: Bloodroot
  • Invasive Species Corner: Japanese Knotweed
  • Guidelines for Annual Forest Pest Inspections

Fall 2011 — LandLines

  • Woodlots and Boundary Lines
  • Controlling Japanese Knotweed
  • Native Species Spotlight: Goldenrod

 

2010

Spring 2010 — LandLines

  • Wetlands, Mother Nature’s Underappreciated Workhorse
  • Strengthening Your Easement for Perpetuity
  • Signs for Protected Property

 

2009

Spring 2009 — LandLines

  • Going Native: Make Your Property Healthy
  • Activities on Protected Properties
  • Nesting Birds in Your Open Fields
  • Extinguishing Building Envelopes

 

Fall 2009 — LandLines

  • The Gas Drilling Challenge
  • A Healthy Forest is No Accident
  • The Neighborly Benefits of Conservation Easements

 

2008

Fall 2008 — LandLines

  • Pond Care
  • Caring for Your Water
  • Handling Invasives