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December 2, 2015

Dear Friends,

 

The end-of-year issue of the Earth Sangha’s newsletter, the Acorn, should soon find its way into your regular mailbox. We mailed it today. (Of course, you can also read it online.)

 

If you’re not on the Acorn’s mailing list and you would like to be, just email me at info@earthsangha.org. We’ll mail you the current issue and put you on the list for subsequent ones.

 

This issue includes:

 

Our year at the Marie Butler Leven Preserve, in Fairfax County, Virginia.

 

Matt wrote this, and he holds nothing back. Those who worked with us at the Preserve will thrill to the memory of bygone garlic-mustard pulls, or perhaps rekindle their pride in an especially picturesque heap of invasive slash. Those who were not...

November 11, 2015

Dear Friends,

 

The latest issue of the Earth Sangha’s newsletter, the Acorn, is on its way to your regular mailbox. We mailed it on Monday. (Of course, you can also read the Acorn online.)

 

If you’re not on the Acorn’s mailing list and you would like to be, just email me at cbright@earthsangha.org. We’ll mail you the current issue and put you on the list for subsequent ones.

 

 

 

In this issue, you’ll find:

 

A close-up of a recent tree-planting project in Arlington:

 

People often seem to regard tree plantings as so essentially wholesome that no further justification is needed. But we think it’s important to plant with a clear purpose. Here we take a detailed look at a particular case.

 

An overview of our effort to reorganize the Tree Bank after the death...

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