Category Archives: Community-based restoration

Restoration Ecology in Wisconsin: Selected Photo Highlights from 2018

Below are a few photos from some of the restoration ecology projects that I tracked in 2018.  I have found that restoration ecology is a forward-looking, multifaceted discipline that has deep roots in the past and a future-oriented perspective.   … Continue reading

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Update on Madison’s Effort to Control Japanese Knotweed Along SW Bike Path

City Making Progress on Controlling Japanese Knotweed An inspection this spring (2016) showed that last fall’s (2015) herbicide application to the knotweed infestation resulted in a reduction in the number of knotweed stems and a reduction in the total area … Continue reading

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Friends of Hoyt Park Annual Meeting

Friends of Hoyt Park Annual Meeting, Thursday, April 21 Marcus is a second-year graduate student in the Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology at UW-Madison. He is currently researching the spatial interactions between foxes and coyotes in the Madison area … Continue reading

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