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One of the reasons that I’ve been so quiet here lately is because things have been very busy in my offline life. Earlier this year I was contacted by an acquaintance asking if I would be interested in helping with an erotica zine she was putting together. 154 more words


EARTHWORK: group exhibit at Massoni Art Gallery

This month, I have four prints from my ongoing Milkweed series included in the EARTHWORK group exhibit at Massoni Art Gallery in Chestertown, MD. The exhibit is on view until May 3rd. 168 more words


Helping monarchs when red goes green for Earth Day!

If you’re into pollinators and monarch butterflies like I am, and you were not in Philadelphia last night, you missed out! Actually, even if you aren’t, you still missed out. 263 more words

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Three square feet

If you have a sunny spot, you can have a beautiful, sustainable, environmentally friendly garden in just three square feet of space. How? Plant one milkweed, 203 more words


Along the Red Cedar Trail

A walk along the Red Cedar State Trail revealed a number of things. These are the remains of last year’s milkweed crop.

What little water there is in the ditches along the trail is already starting to grow over with slime. 12 more words


Monarch Butterflies: Beleaguered Friends

Spring is for tidying and trying out new ideas.

This spring I’m bent on turning the back yard into a pollinator’s paradise and bird sanctuary. In particular, I want to get it certified as a waystation for my beleaguered garden companion, the monarch butterfly. 745 more words


Milkweed in Bloom

Last year, I experimented with adding some native perennials to my yard. A few of them didn’t do well where I put them and eventually died out, never to be seen again. 187 more words