This is a list of all published articles on this blog. Click on a title to see the article.
A documentary of New England's old growth forests past and present.
Re-measuring the tallest living thing in New England.
Three years after a microburst hit Mt Tom, the forest is recovering.
The beauty of waterfalls in old growth forests of Western Massachusetts.
Revisiting the champion hemlock tree of New England.
Early spring trees put on a show of colors.
A crystal ice spectacle of winter ice on the mountainside trees.
Longing for ancient green forests in mid-winter.
champion yellow birch tree for Massachusetts.
An essay about the Saheda Pine, by Bob Leverett.
are doing to our eastern forests.
found on the Mt Tom Range of Western Massachusetts.
An essay by Bob Leverett describing a western Massachusetts forest.
A visit to the grand white pine in Monroe State Forest, MA.
The story of peregrines nesting on Mt Tom, western Mass.
One of summer's favorite colors
What's lurking in those yellow flowers?
A look at New England old growth forest characteristics.
The squirrels many people may not know.
Spring comes to a western Mass forest.
The first post of this blog.