Getting Local

Getting Local

Most of you know my passion for all things wild. Though New Jersey doesn’t qualify for that definition these days, for most of its existence, it truly did.

Here’s my little rethink of the landscape of the NJ suburbs:

What’s Right Beneath Our Feet: A natural history of South Mountain Reservation – my latest on Maplewood Patch.

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  • So very interesting from a naturalistic and historical point-of-view, and the photos are perfectly matched with the tone of the written piece. Enjoyed it very much!

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