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Stream Team Adventures! A Beast of a Cleanup! The 7th Annual Confluence Trash Bash 3/21/2015

It is about 8 am on a warming Saturday morning. The sun has just recently risen, and is shining through the framework of the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge… 1,418 more words

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Mahalo Monday: Volunteers Sought for Stewardship at the Summit April through June 2015

Help protect the native Hawaiian rainforest at the summit of Kīlauea by volunteering for “Stewardship at the Summit” programs in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park, now through June 2015. 213 more words

Pacific Island National Parks

An Appalachian Trail Backpacker's Code

Daniel Wood left journals from hikes he had taken. Among those pages I discovered this document. I testify it was written by him. He requested whoever discovered it would post it online for all Appalachian Trail hikers and backpackers. 764 more words

Appalachian Trail

Find Us Faithful

This morning I’m thinking about perspective. Identical circumstance taking on very different implications depending on how we look at it. You can see how much perspective shaped the apostle Paul. 553 more words


Order Your Trees Today! The Annual SWCD Tree and Shrub Sale is here!!

Bare root tree and shrub seedlings/transplants can now be purchased through Cortland SWCD for conservation planting.  By placing an order and planting trees and shrubs on your land, you can help make Cortland County a healthier, greener and cleaner community for future generations. 44 more words

Conservation Project

Cumbernauld Food-bank update

Starting from Friday 10th April we plan to open the Session House at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church on a weekly basis as a satellite distribution centre for the food-bank based at Cornerstone House. 132 more words


Why should I give to your church?

Published in Canadian Mennonite, March 2015

Helping people give money away over the past 15 years has been a tremendously rewarding part of my work at Mennonite Foundation of Canada. 482 more words