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Harvard Forest in the Media

Thursday, December 1, 2005
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Harvard Forest Schoolyard Science Project in Boston Globe

The Harvard Forest Schoolyard LTER program continues to grow and has recently made the news. One of the four research projects currently supported through our program (Buds, Leaves, and Global Warming) was featured in an article in The Boston Globe.

The HF Schoolyard web page was also recently updated. Project descriptions, research protocols, suggested reading, and actual data for each research project can be viewed here.

This year two new partners, the Nashua River Watershed Association and the SCA Massachusetts Parks AmeriCorps, joined our existing partners, the Hitchcock Center for the Environment and the Millers River Environmental Center. Current funding is provided by the National Science Foundation's Schoolyard and EdEn Venture programs as well as the Massachusetts Environmental Trust (MET).

Old Growth Forest highlighted on WFCR Public Radio

Tony D'Amato, a doctoral student at UMASS and Harvard Forest, spoke with naturalist Laurie Sanders from the Field Notes show on New England Public Radio about how a study of the state's remaining old growth forests is providing insights into better ways of managing our existing forest lands.

Harvard Forest Ecologist David Orwig Cited in Boston Globe Article on Invasive Insects

This article by Megan Woolhouse raises the awareness of invasive insects by describing their destructive impacts on forests. She describes recent efforts by State officials to search for new invasive insects before they become a problem. In addition she highlights the positive and negative effects of using bugs to fight other bugs (biocontrol).

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