Tag Archives: Wildlife Habitat

Winter 2014 Newsletter Seeking Knowledge & Finding Balance Posted on December 12, 2014 by UPLLC In this edition: Unique Places successfully completed a large scale conservation project. The Swarthmoor/Cates Family Farm project brought together the common... Read More
Tags: Sustainable, Nature, Wilderness
Fall 2014 Newsletter: Digging In Invasive Species Removal, Staff Education, GIS and Salamanders Posted on October 1, 2014 by UPLLC   Unique Places is working hard these days to eradicate invasive species, develop conservation plans and document fabulous creatures! Check... Read More
Tags: Sustainable, Nature, Wilderness
Non-Native Invasive Species The Problem and the Landowner's Role Posted on September 16, 2014 by UPLLC The loss and degradation of wildlife habitat is occurring every day. Some contributing factors, such as population increase and climate... Read More
Tags: Sustainable, Nature, Wilderness
Moth Species Named for the Cherokee The first Cherokee moth specimen outside the mountains was recently collected at Box Creek Wilderness Posted on July 10, 2014 by UPLLC   A small, drab and highly inconspicuous moth has been flitting nameless about its special niche among the middle elevations... Read More
Tags: Sustainable, Nature, Wilderness
Conservation Easements Giving Something Up to Get Something Better Posted on February 27, 2014 by UPLLC “People are temporary, land is forever.” Yet, protecting land is all about people. Landowners who understand, and are motivated by... Read More
Tags: Sustainable, Nature, Wilderness