Monthly Archives: November 2011

Waterfowl Share Wetland with Cast-off Junk and Invasive Species

NOV. 22, 2011 | “A tire in the woods,” wetland scientist Kevin Mullenax joked last month, “is an indicator of a wetland.” Mullenax led a tour of the White Oak Bayou management area in Maumelle, Arkansas, for members of the … Continue reading

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Despite Dry Spell, Emerald Park Trail Asters and Goldenrod Are Spellbinding

(Story by Eric Sundell) NOV. 17, 2011 | The asters and goldenrods impressed us with drought-resistant color when 10 members of the Arkansas Native Plant Society joined Martha Bowden and me on October 29 along the Emerald Park Trail above … Continue reading

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Students, Botanist-Teacher Need Native Seeds for Arboretum

NOV. 8, 2011 – A botanist who hopes his students can plant an arboretum of native trees has called upon the members of the Arkansas Native Plant Society to contribute seeds and advice for the project. “We would like to … Continue reading

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