As part of our collaboration with students from Connecticut College's, Goodwin Niering Center for
the Environment, Mara Lookabaugh and Michala Tepler, sophomores in the program,
researched the acquisition history and ecology of the Knox Preserve in Stonington, where all the students were focused this year. Their intent was to create a guide to the preserve.
After deliberation, they decided to create a digital document to be posted on the Avalonia
website that can also be downloaded and printed as they needed.
Enjoy the results of their work!
You can learn more about the Goodwin Niering Center at their web site