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sustainability
We have admired monarch butterflies for the amazing trans-generational memory they have. This memory is shared by 4 -generations, and it ensures their survival by natural selection as they do a life&death relayrace from Mexico to Canada every year. We have observed that Fukushima meltdowns were caused, not by a tsunami; they were caused by...
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I haven’t blogged in quite a while, largely because I have been mulling over an experience I had in the field at the beginning of the summer with a group of high schoolers. Now it’s Fall, and I have a lot to write about; but I can’t post anything until I tell you this story,...
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Harvested arugula today: December 21, 2011. Is it global warming, or is it possible I’m becoming a decent gardener? Or is it the seeds—these plants like growing in winter? Maybe 3 “yeses” have allowed this vivacious pile to grace my cutting board, + one other thing: I love sharing the freedom of free food, &...
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Time to get into the rivers and collect the bugs that live under rocks. They tell us—by their variety and size—how oxygenated (& healthy) our rivers are: an annual “physical,” just like at the doctors’. Here’s a map of our sampling sites: [wpsc_products product_id=’4980′]
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One of the most effective ways we can act to improve our lives is to reduce our dependence on nuclear and fossil fuel energies. The ultimate in reducing dependence is getting off the grid (creating one’s own energy @ home & work), but any step towards self-reliance is going to save you $$ and increase...
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Yesterday I had the pleasure of visiting Warm Colors Apiary in So. Deerfield with the lively & smart 7th graders who attend Jane Lucia’s science classes at the Williston Northampton School. I jumped at the invite not only b/c Jane is a talented educator who likes to get her kids out into the field; but...
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Do you perceive then, that errors in acting arise through this very ignorance, namely, in a person thinking he knows, when he does not know? Socrates To conceal ignorance is to increase it. Mahatma Gandhi Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity. Martin Luther King, Jr. _________________________________ Ever...
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