Guest blogger Rachel Ames meets a fox, a unique sight at Greenwood. Read more…

The sixth annual Wild Night for Wildlife was a success, rasing over $100,000 for injured and orphaned wildlife! Guest blogger Rachel Ames has the details.

Let’s say you’re a bird. Your breeding area this spring and summer abounded with budding plants, fresh fruit, delicious insects—plenty for you and the kids you raised. But what about the coming fall...

Take a look at the newest update from our volunteer photographer and guest blogger Rachel Ames.

Order custom-labeled organic wines from Benefit Wines and $6 of your purchase will benefit Greenwood! Choose from Pine Squirrel Pinot Noir, Chickadee Chardonnay, Red Fox Malbec and more!

Here’s the latest installment from our volunteer photographer and guest blogger Rachel Ames.  

Take a look at the latest installment from our volunteer photographer and guest blogger Rachel Ames.    

by Tina Mitchell When I set out to write about a bird species, I think “What’s interesting about this species?” With hummingbirds, though, what isn’t interesting about them? The smallest of all...

Did you see Greenwood’s public service advertisement in today’s Daily Camera Friday magazine? We’re kicking off a month-long campaign to create more awareness about being a good steward to your local...

Read the latest installment from Greenwood’s volunteer photographer, Rachel Ames! http://www.rachelames.com/gwrc-blog.html