Category Archives: Mapping

Landscapes Over Time

Along the trails at the PGT there are occasional ┬ámetal markers in the ground like you see here. These permanent markers designate spots where I set up my camera each spring to shoot the exact same picture again-and-again, year-after-year. I’ve … Continue reading

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Follow the Yellow Brick Road

Lorna putting out flags along the main trail at the PGT To help you find your way around, Lorna and I put out yellow marking flags along the main trail today. The yellow flags take you from the PGT Center … Continue reading

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Mapping Exotics

Red shows area with Chinese Lespediza (Lespedeza cuneata) at the PGT Since our goal is to be a native plant garden it is important to keep out invasive species. Matt and Duncan spent a couple of months this year looking … Continue reading

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See the PGT on Google Earth

Screen Shot of Google Earth Google Earth is amazing! I tried it recently after George Kopp mentioned it and was amazed at the detailed view if offered. One thing that is important to understand is that Google Earth is not … Continue reading

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