Hiking to Crater Lakes in the James Peak Wilderness. Beautiful, Lush Green Forest, and Scenery!
On this episode of Fishing with Lance I hike to the Crater Lakes in the James Peak Wilderness.
Study: Forests in the Midwest lost 8,000 years of stored carbon in last 150 years
For more than 8,000 years, forests in the upper Midwest pulled almost a billion tons of carbon out of the atmosphere, storing the greenhouse gas in trees. The gains over the last 8000 years, which were not captured on previous simulation models, were wiped out in the span of just 150 years, according to a new study published in the journal Science by researchers at the University of Notre Dame and collaborators.
Hiking to A Hidden Lake Through a Beautiful Burnt Forest in Southwest Montana
On this episode of Fishing with Lance I hike to a hidden lake through a beautiful burnt forest in Southwest Montana.
Hiking the Iron Hill Trail at Georgia's Red Top Mountain State Park
We hike the Iron Hill Trail at Georgia's Red Top Mountain State Park north of Atlanta. Shared with mountain bikes, the wide trail winds through pine forest before reaching the shores of Lake Allatoona. Whether walking through the forest accompanied by Georgia songbirds or wading in the cooling lake waters, this trail is perfect for all ages. The soil is rich in iron ore, which gives the landscape and the lake a reddish color.
This GIANT Spruce Tree is Over 500 Years Old!
In the forests of coastal Oregon, you can find breathtaking wonders of nature: vast ancient trees that have grown to titanic sizes over hundreds of years. In this video, we explore the Giant Spruce in Cape Perpetual, Oregon.
The River is Best Seen by DRONE!
Beautiful footage of the river and its cottonwood forests, filmed by drone last Fall. :)
Dreams of Fall! (BEAUTIFUL Drone Footage)
Filmed last Fall! Probably the best time of year to see the immense beauty of the cottonwood forests. Filmed by drone (Mavic Air 2).
Invasive jumping worms spreading in Minnesota’s forests
Jumping worms, which are native to many parts of Asia, arrived in the United States in the 1920s as fishing bait and as hitchhikers on imported plants and soils. Jumping worms were first found in Loring Park in Minneapolis in 2006 and have upended local gardens and lawns for several years turning rich soil into small crumbles ultimately depleting nutrients.