Click on red placemarks to see the 30 most recent Nature Notes from Conservancy Naturalist Justine Kibbe. Blue placemarks show Conservancy News items.
Read this New York Times article on about the battle against invasion by plants like mile-a-minute weed, mugwort, Japanese knotweed and Japanese hops.
Doug Tallamy, who is doing important work with the Fishers Island Conservancy, provides important perspective in this article.
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Sunset on the Beach will be held on Saturday July 19, 2014 from 6 to 8 PM, at the Fishers Island Club.
The deadline to be listed as a Sponsor on the invitation is May 29th. We will accept Sponsor and Supporter admissions to the event until July 15th.
The Fishers Island Conservancy has had another wonderfully busy year. The Conservancy increased funding for our existing programs and took on new responsibilities with dedicated vigor, all the while maintaining our mission and promise to protect and enhance the natural environment of Fishers Island.
This summer, the Fishers Island Conservancy and the Community Center launched a new program - Island Sentinels - to enable students from the F.I. School to learn about wildlife monitoring and connect with the natural environment of our Island on a scientific level. Guided by naturalist Justine Kibbe, the first two Island Sentinels, the brother-sister team of Olivia and Rob Backhaus, did a fabulous job of observing and recording conditions at ten different sites around the island.
Naturalist and Conservancy grant recipient Justine Kibbe's work has been attracting media attention recently.
The Conservancy welcomes our first Island Sentinels, the brother-sister team of Rob and Olivia Backhaus. Rob graduated this year from the Fishers Island School and is headed to college this fall. Olivia will be a senior at the F.I. School this fall.