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By shadowadmin on 3/30/2013 1:45 PM

This is my first spring here at SHADOW as the Executive Director and I am excited to watch the land bloom from the bareness of winter to the brightness of spring. With the move towards warmer weather and sunnier skies we are looking forward to getting outside and exploring more and more of our bog and forests. Recently I have been walking our trails and noticing the signs of spring like the budding of the huckleberries and skunk cabbage. The animals are also starting to wake up which can be heard in the croaking of the frogs and singing of the birds here at SHADOW. Each day we are serenaded by the wonderful melodies of our wonderful wildlife.

I wanted to share some of the recent changes to SHADOW and upcoming opportunities with you. I am excited about the new opportunities coming up and know that this will be a wonderful year here!

By shadowadmin on 3/10/2013 12:05 PM
This is AmeriCorps appreciation week and we want to take a moment to say thank you to all of the AmeriCorps volunteers who are working to improve our communities. We espeacially want to thank our current AmeriCorps volunteer Darren and our previous volunteer Keerti for their wonderful work supporting the programs here at SHADOW.
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Re: Aldo Leopold
Iv read A Sand County Almanac by Leopold! Its definitely one worth checking out- he was a remarkable man. This screening sounds equally as interesting!