Category: Education

CREDIT: Ari Kaufman

The Economic Impact of Parks

By Hazel England, GSWA Director of Education and Outreach In light of the current Presidential proposals and plans for defunding certain types of nationally owned land, it is good to... read more →

March is Wild Edibles Month

We spend countless hours every year removing invasive species from our property, the Conservation Management Area (CMA), and while working to remove the endless patches of garlic mustard, we stumbled... read more →

The Stink on Skunk Cabbage

By GSWA Education Associate, Dan Ross After a cold and seemingly endless winter, spring has finally arrived, and with it the plants and trees are beginning to bud up and... read more →

I’m Dreaming of a Green Christmas …

Credit: Stephane MignonEach year, Americans’ trash production increases by 25% between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, accounting for an extra six million tons of trash during the holiday season (U.S. Environmental... read more →