Its become one of those "it" words: conservation. But to us, its just a part of everyday life. We stand in the weather and walk the ground daily. The resident birds and mammals know us. They recognize our vehicles, our children, and our dogs. Its not just about being able to publish a badge on a website or signing up for some quasi-effective government conservation program. Its about knowing that every action we take on this very spot of ground, we will live with for the rest our lives, our children will live with, our children's children. And it is our most sincere desire that our next generations get to keep living here and working with the earth and nature.
A few of our efforts;