Spring is in the air and the Beede Site Group is hard at work with spring cleaning. In our latest lunch and learn, Woodard & Curran Project Manager George Franklin and Technical Manager Keri Lauer provided an update on ongoing Wildlife Habitat Council efforts, including… Read More »What’s the Buzz?
Wildlife Habitat Council
Nearly a year after installing game cameras on the Beede Site, we now have documented footage of a diverse wildlife population that not only passes through, but also appears to be making the land surrounding the site their home. This prompted the Beede Site Group to turn its attention to external resources to explain the number of animals spotted on a regular basis.
Beede Wildlife Zoom – The Beede Site Group hosted a public Backyard Wildlife Lunch-n-Learn with neighbors covering such topics as the ongoing Superfund clean-up, conservation work and recent wildlife camera images, and future land reuse ideas provided by members of the community. Subject matter experts… Read More »Beede Wildlife Zoom
Recertification Update | The Beede Waste Oil Habitat Conservation Area recently applied for recertification of its celebrated Wildlife Habitat Council conservation designation. The Wildlife Habitat Council 2020 Recertification Summary infographic highlights five new projects this certification cycle, including the wood duck nesting boxes in Kelly… Read More »Conservation Recertification