News From WHF
The winter rains are bringing stunning native wildflower on our properties throughout the state! We hope you enjoy the visuals we have for you this month and be sure to mark your calendar for our creek cleanup … Read more
The Wildlife Heritage Foundation’s Education program is in full swing! This spring we are working with students of all ages, including third, fourth and fifth graders from area Lincoln schools. Most of our field trips are held at the Lincoln … Read more
“A riparian zone or riparian area is the interface between land and a river or stream. Some regions use the terms riparian woodland, riparian forest, riparian buffer zone, or riparian strip, they are all used to characterize a … Read more
“Grasslands are globally important because they are a natural Carbon Sink and natural carbon sinks are an important part of a natural process called Carbon Cycle.
In the carbon cycle, earth both emits and re-captures and stores large quantities … Read more