Outreach and Education Update
A new citizen science project on sugar maple regeneration got underway this summer. The Sugar Maple Regeneration Project is a multi-year citizen science research endeavor to establish and monitor between six to eight Forest Society properties for tree health, productivity, and regeneration using methods developed at Hubbard Brook. The project is a collaboration between the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation, the Forest Society, and Cornell University and is being led by Nat Cleavitt, Sarah Thorne, and Carrie Deegan.
Sarah Garlick and Clara Chaisson are attending the United South and Eastern Tribes Climate Resilience Summit in the Oneida Indian Nation in Verona, NY, August 27-29 on behalf of the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation.