Land Stewards

This morning I decided to put aside my usual activities and head over to Gap Mountain for a short hike.  It was cold, only 5 degrees, as I drove over to the south trailhead.  The temperature had dropped to –10 last night and the low winter sun had hardly had a chance to warm things up a bit befor

With the arrival of frigid winter temperatures, you might expect the Forest Society’s volunteer land stewards to go into a hibernation of sorts until Spring.  But that’s just not the case.  Many stewards continue to monitor their adopted reservations during Winter, on snowshoes or cross-country s