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Arb notes: The spring and squirrels

Arb notes: The spring and squirrels

Amelia Leonard April 20, 2023

With what may be the last of the snow, southern Minnesota has seen a flurry of activity amongst its many feathered and furry creatures. Hibernators have risen from their dens and nests; migrators touch...

Arb notes

Amelia Leonard January 13, 2023

These days, a cool blanket of snow has come to rest over all of campus, and when the temperatures drop below zero, it’s hard to imagine leaving the complex, much less living out there. How do different...

Black walnuts

Amelia Leonard October 6, 2022

Walk by the Cannon River these days and you are sure to find (or trip over, like I do) green and browning spheres, the size of golf balls. These are the fruit of the native black walnut (juglans nigra). Edible...

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