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My Smiling Place

Hemlocks and beech trees create the gateway to my special place where few others wander and wonder. I’ve intentionally left these trees as is at the edge of the snowmobile trail so I can pass through and disappear into my own world. 915 more words

What Is Real Progress?

It would be odd if we had a concept of progress, but nothing to correspond to it in reality.

I think progress is something that the human race is supposed to experience, but the mechanics get co-opted by bad things a lot. 301 more words

Conservatism

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Xeriscape Made Easy

Garden In A Box offers a simple approach to learn about and plant a water-wise garden.

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Colorado Water

Of writing stories, capturing the moments and conservation

Allow your passion to become your purpose and it will one day become your profession…

#conservation #travel #photography #find the right words

In a week’s time I will be back in South Africa, back to the bush, back with my two favorite rhinos. 161 more words

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Local Irony

I believe that most of us in the community where we live are aware of the well-documented harm open-water salmon farms cause. We know salmon farms are the source of vast quantities of waste pollution, disease outbreaks, and parasites that all impact the marine environment and sea life passing by the net pens. 394 more words

Conservation

Bongo (Tragelaphus euryceros)

Name: Bongo (Tragelaphus euryceros)

Range: Africa: Sierra Leone to Sudan (not Nigeria), Kenya, Tanzania

Habitat: forest, bush, bamboo jungle

Size: body: 1.7-2.5m (5 1/2 – 8 1/4ft), tail: 45-65cm (17 3/4 – 25 1/2in) 186 more words

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