When you visit the CREW lands you’ll come across invasive plant species, and whether you’re aware of them or not, they’re there! Some invasive species are beautiful, like the caesar weed, and you might find yourself wondering why the land managers have it out for them. What could a few plants possibly do to impact the broader ecosystem?
By Allison Vincent, CREW Trust Communications Director Have the equestrian trail rules changed? Not exactly, but there has been some need for …
Why are the trails torn up?
Read about the fascinating life of the eastern spotted skunk (Spilogale putorius ambarralis) and all its various distinctions!
by Nan Mattingly As you set out to enjoy the riches of Bird Rookery Swamp (BRS for short) think of the people …
Fall-back time change means nocturnal and crepuscular animals are more active around your evening drive.
Are you interested in history? Do you wonder who lived & used the CREW lands as you hike the trails? Read this!!
The ongoing long-term success of the CREW project is a result of many hands-on deck, especially from people like you. The support you give through membership and donations secures the future of this project and others for generations to come.
Restoration of the Wetlands at Flint Pen Strand: hydrologic restoration story.
To encourage you and your family to discover the beauty of FPS, we’ve written a series of blogs to tell you a little about the background of the establishment of FPS as part of the Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed (CREW) Project, the historical use of the land and the restoration of its wetlands.