The Listening Points of Brickyard Creek in Autumn • October 2017 from Dale Klubertanz on Vimeo.
Walk the trails and roads of the Brickyard Creek boreal forest for 15 years and you’ll begin to notice a few things. First and foremost, the forest is dynamic and ever changing. Give the forest half a chance and the recovery of the 10,000-year-old boreal forest odyssey will appear gradually over the cycle of seasons, […]
How did you end up at Brickyard Creek? Each member of the Brickyard Creek Community has a unique and inspiring answer to this question. We invite you to share YOUR story with us. Reach out to community manager Jeffery Garrett today! Our Story In reflecting on the question of how we came to be residents […]
Over the summer, a small group of volunteers came together at Brickyard Creek to plant a Monarch Waystation; what they ended up planting was an environmental legacy. Monarchs are not able to survive the cold winters of most of the United States, so the butterflies migrate south and west each autumn to escape the cold weather. […]
This piece is being shared with you by Boreal Forest Citizen and Brickyard Creek community member, Dale Klubertanz. Dale is the chair of the Forest and Watershed Committee and an association board member. You can find him walking with his dog Hattie on the beach and on the trails around his Aspen cabin (#18 on Sophie […]
This photo collection is being shared with you by Boreal Forest Citizen and Brickyard Creek community member, Zina Harrington. You might find Zina and her husband (Shad) with their two girls (Nya & Lola) skipping rocks at the beach, roaming the community trails in Wellies or eating ice-cream downtown Bayfield. . . . It’s said that the Saturday and Sunday after […]