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Two links

Some good news: my important post on the ongoing pine tree invasion in South America has been featured on the blog of latinamericanscience, sparking interest of scientists all over the world. 71 more words


Tule Elk in Fog

Tule elk grazing away on a day the fog was as thick as soup. When driving by these guys they were barely perceivable yet only less than 50 ft from the road. 14 more words

Snaps of Spring

Spring sunshine
Red-Winged Blackbird


Going coast to coast

This past weekend was a 3 day adventure!

I had my “coast to coast” field tour with my Biological Diversity class. We started out Saturday morning in Lincoln, loaded the buses, and began our journey west to Greymouth. 398 more words

New Zealand

Women Ecowarriors

Wow!! Vandana Shiva does it again…

“The patriarchal model of the economy is dominated by one figure, the gross domestic product, which is measured on the basis of an artificially created production boundary (if you produce what you consume, you do not produce). 184 more words


The last of the March Mantids: High School Steroptypes!

Written by Nancy Miorelli and Joe Ballenger

It’s the end of the month, and our March Mantids theme month seems to have been a pretty big success. 735 more words


Urban Yoga Dynamically Changes the Beauty of City Streets

Slovenia native Anja Humljan turns spaces like subway platforms, grocery store aisles and basketball courts into studios for reflection and balance.

She created The Urban Yoga Photo Book to help people feel connected to their environments.

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