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Ramping Up for Spring: Wild Leeks and the Joys They Bring

Every spring, folk of the temperate deciduous hardwood forests of eastern North America stalk the brown ground of the leafless woods in search of the season’s first wild edibles. Among…

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Geo-Geo-Geology

The snow fell outside while inside the Aldo Leopold classroom in Mager Hall, Professor David Gilligan talked lava! Click here for a few more pix of David dropping some granite…

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Mountains & Mesas Program 2014

Where in the world do profusions of alpine wildflowers, wide open skyline ridges, afternoon hailstorms, orange sandstone cliff formations, thousand year-old ancient masonry villages and ten thousand year old obsidian…

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