Wolf Ridge


How did this rock “sink”?

Posted By Wolf Ridge Naturalist
December 11, 2017

Early in the week we were able to see a phenomenon normally isolated to spring. When soil freezes, the water inside it expands, pushing up and out in all directions. When the ice hits a large rock, it pushes it upward thus deforming the soil around it. This phenomenon is known as frost wedging. But […]

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From the 40th Anniversary Story Room:

Posted By Maggie Noun
December 5, 2017

Meg Blogett came to wolf ridge in summer ’95 as a camper, counselor, then an adult chaperone with Hopkins Summer Field Biology Group, and was a student naturalist 2009-10.   “The thing that strikes me the most about Wolf Ridge is the way it gets in your bones. I think the people who I know […]

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