Poison ivy (Toxicodendron radicans) is native to northeastern North America, and can be found in many spots in Hampton Park. It pays to know how to identify it because the […]
Recently, I had an opportunity to borrow an air quality monitor. The wireless “Egg” records air temperature, relative humidity, and certain airborne contaminants like ozone and particulate matter; it’s the […]
The Friends of Hampton Park will host a ramble on July 22. One of the things we always talk about is the need to retain biodiversity in the Hampton Park […]
The inaugural issue of the Carlington Hampton News.
I don’t like cars very much. Not just because they’re dangerous and noisy and climate changing—most cars are all of those things—but because of how they have taken over our […]
In the early 2000s, the City of Ottawa assessed and categorized all of the urban natural areas within the newly amalgamated boundaries. As a result of these assessments, the land […]
C. Billington and E.W. Tozer, Interpretation Section, National Capital Commission Ecological Inventory of NCC Urban Corridors – august 1977 From the Introduction: “The demand for the organized development of […]