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In 2018 we moved to a small home hidden within 54 acres of forest in southern Vermont.  Our goal is to strengthen our understanding of the regional ecosystem and learn how we can best contribute to the area's future resilience. Currently, we are working on improving habitat, removing invasive plants, and safeguarding water quality. We hope to create a modern life that benefits our health as well as the human and nonhuman communities that live here.  

Would you like to help with our Stratus Field Project?

A portion of sales from my Artwork directly fund the purchase and planting of native plants in our early successional habitat.  This forest clearing with shrubs and herbaceous perennials provides crucial forage, hunting, and nesting opportunities for wildlife.  Habitat of this type are in decline in the region and are so important to sustain healthy forests. 


The Stratus Field Project
Monarch butterfly on a thistle flower in a field.
Image of a woodland stream flowing down mossy rocks.
Barred owl in the snow.
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