Follow this link to see a new Video by Michael Foster who spent almost two weeks in SE Michigan during the late spring this year to capture our rainy cool moist habitat. A special section discusses the vines at ESGR, highlighting three of the most common species.
Nature baby not speaking a word
Nature baby free as a bird
Nature Baby living day by day
Nature Baby always floating away. Feeling the soil around my feet
The sun rays beating down with heat
My being feeling like I’m not physically here
And when I look around I’m so much more aware. The energy keeps coming my way
As I buzz through life and play
Nature Baby being free
Nature Baby that is me
That is what is meant to be. Nature Baby gave the garden lots of love and energy
And now the gardens have surrounded me with beauty
And the heavenly scents from each flower in bloom
As we share the space within this big room. Nature Baby as free as a bird
Nature Baby not speaking a word.
by Jaye (Julianna) Low
A quite professional film was recently made by a visitor to the ESGR: Michael Foster. It is linked here – enjoy the sights, sounds, and stories in early June at the E. S. George Reserve!
Alex Wenner, facilities manager of ESGR, is now Michigan famous with two recent articles about his Mushroom hunting prowess on M-Live! Check out this link MUSHROOM WHISPERER
On February 17-18, 2018 the first EEB Writing Retreat was held at the ESGR. We occupied the HillnDale house and spent both days in dedicated writing activities.
The lack of wifi was optimal for staying focused; those with flash drives or AirDrop were able to trade files, charts, or folders for reviewing! Late night activities included Ouija Board directives from beyond. Below a saturday view of Buck Hollow from the Esker Road: you can see the boardwalk and the trail to the bog.