By Michael Ogden
Natural Systems International
An article by Mark Davis in Nature..this is all old hat to you, but I like his way of thinking (recently purchased a copy of “Invasion Biology, pub OUP, 2009), and every time I think about how many land managers never took a class on evolution and want to hang on to some notion of what’s native, and what’s not?
Unfortunately he doesn’t say much about Phragmites …but every time I ride the train from Newark International into NYC, I wonder what else could possible grow there?
Further ReadingMeet Suzanne Greene, our new Proposal Coordinator
Restoring Nature’s Green Infrastructure: Streams, Wetlands, and Floodplains
Regenerative Real Estate: Ecosystem-based approaches with Keith Bowers
Biodiversity and the Farm of the Future
Living on the Edge: National Best Practices in Coastal Resilience
More From This AuthorThe stark reality of post-apocalyptic film locations
Thoughts on Soil
Thoughts on Biocultural and Ecogastronomic Restoration
Art + science = environmental awareness
What if Nature had legal rights?