Here is a link to a number of articles about management of invasives, to be shared by all interested parties. If you have trouble uploading your own files to this folder, send a note to email@example.com. Thx.
The Monhegan Associates invites you to submit a design to our Logo Contest! The artist with the winning design will receive a $75 Gift Certificate to the island business of their choice. The deadline to submit is July 31, 2016. Contest rules are HERE.
(NOTE: *Correction: Please send your logo submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org(not email@example.com). My apologies for any inconvenience that this error may have caused. I’m looking forward to reviewing your designs!
Over the past several decades, invasive plants have been spreading throughout Monhegan. Over time, several invasive plants have managed to take hold in wild areas of the island and are threatening to outcompete native plants. Although the general policy of the Monhegan Associates is not to interfere with the natural processes that occur in the Monhegan wildlands, action has been taken in recent years to control the spread of invasive plants, as they are considered a threat to the health of the island’s ecosystems. READ MORE
In 2005, Tom Truitt published the first Monhegan Connections to help all of us in matching names with faces. Joanne Scott has granted the Monhegan Associates, Inc. full copyright privileges. Hopefully, the next edition will be available in the spring of 2016.
Perhaps we will capture your photo at a meeting or along the road but we’d also like to have your photos. Periodically, we will have someone on the church lawn for an hour once during the week to take photos. A sign will be posted regarding the date & time.
If you would like to assist in taking photos, please contact Eileen Cameron @ 594-8040 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or Clare (email@example.com).
Lots to read to enjoy your fall!
The new Fall 2014 Outreach memo is HERE! You’ll enjoy reading about our Founder, Ted Edison, and seeing the pictures from the Quadricentennial, as well as hearing about the activities of the Trails committee and the Ecology happenings.
Everyone on the island enjoyed it, and there were a lot of people there on a sunshiny day.