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Drunken Moose on the Loose

Going to the bar? There’s no need for some moose in Sweden. Rather, these large mammals are becoming intoxicated by simply visiting the local apple orchard. As the sweet fruit falls and starts to decompose some of the fruit begins to ferment. This results in the moose becoming intoxicated when they eat the fermented apples. […]

Rocky Mountain Maple (Acer glabrum) – Featured Native Plant of the Week

by J. Thomas Gebauer, ASLA Each week TLC brings you one featured native plant to highlight the wonderful, beautiful native plants that are available to us here in Teton County. We choose to highlight natives specifically for the adaptations to this climate, their food value to regional wildlife, decreases the damage done by exotic invasive species […]

Wild Mint (Mentha arvensis) – Featured Native Plant of the Week

by J. Thomas Gebauer, ASLA Each week TLC brings you one featured native plant to highlight the wonderful, beautiful native plants that are available to us here in Teton County. We choose to highlight natives specifically for the adaptations to this climate, their food value to regional wildlife, decreases the damage done by exotic invasive species […]

Featured Native Plant of the Week: Common Bulrush (Schoenoplectus pungens)

by J. Thomas Gebauer, ASLA Each week TLC brings you one featured native plant to highlight the wonderful, beautiful native plants that are available to us here in Teton County. We choose to highlight natives specifically for the adaptations to this climate, their food value to regional wildlife, decreases the damage done by exotic invasive species […]

Featured Native Plant of the Week: Serviceberry (Amelanchier alnifolia)

by J. Thomas Gebauer, ASLA Each week TLC brings you one featured native plant to highlight the wonderful, beautiful native plants that are available to us here in Teton County. We choose to highlight natives specifically for the adaptations to this climate, their food value to regional wildlife, decreases the damage done by exotic invasive species […]