Analysis provides an expanded understanding of your landscape: An
understanding informed by natural history.
Get Your Own
German podcast about the Long Trail:
Fusspfad in der Wildnis
Your Land from a Natural History Perspective
as a foundation for better management decisions or out of a sense
of connection with the land, many landowners have a desire to better
understand its natural history - the processes that have shaped
What did the land look like 500 years ago? 10,000
years? Several million years?
What geological forces have shaped the topography?
Why do certain plant species grow in some places
but not others?
What human activities have left legacies on the
Analysis helps you 'read' your land and its history with a greater
understanding of patterns and special features in the landscape
and the underlying processes that have shaped them.
& People: In Search of Place and Belonging"
A natural history essay by Kerstin Lange
Listen to Kerstin's commentary on Vermont Public Radio
A Different Kind of Flower Show
Hear Kerstin's commentary
on the Green Belt
- the former border strip between East and
commentary about how the Long Trail introduced her to Vermont.