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Commentary: A Walk along the Great Hopewell Road

Posted by collegegreenou on November 6, 2009

By Joe Brehm
Commentary

Following the Footsteps of the Ancients
On Oct. 10, about 30 people set out to do something that had not been done in hundreds of years. They began a 7-day, 70-mile walk from Hopewell Culture National Historical Park in Chillicothe to the Octagon Earthworks in Newark. Read the rest of this entry »

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Commentary: Butterflies offer world more than beauty

Posted by collegegreenou on September 29, 2009

Two great spangled fritillary females. Photo by Joe Brehm

Two great spangled fritillary females. Photo by Joe Brehm

By Joe Brehm
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Ancient Ohio forest faces an uncertain fate

Posted by collegegreenou on August 14, 2009

As this fallen tree breaks down, a mound will form at the base of the tree. A pit is left where the roots pulled up chunks of earth. Photo by Joe Brehm

As this fallen tree breaks down, a mound will form at the base of the tree. A pit is left where the roots pulled up chunks of earth. Photo by Joe Brehm

Environmental studies graduate student Joe Brehm embarked on a journey to Dysart Woods, the largest remaining old-growth forest in Ohio. This forest has endured centuries of ecological change and still harbors a diverse array of flora and fauna. Dysart Woods is now in jeopardy of vanishing forever. Read the rest of this entry »

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