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reviewed Antarctica: An Intimate Portrait of A.... January 30, 2013
Antarctica: An Intimate Portrait of A Mysterious Continent
It is not very often that a photograph on a dust jacket entices me to read a book.  In fact I can only recall a handful of times in my life that this has happened.  The other day I was perusing …
reviewed A Sea In Flames: The Deepwater Horizo.... November 17, 2011
A Sea In Flames: The Deepwater Horizon Oil Blowout
Carl Safina sounds angry and Lord knows he has a right to be.  As a noted author and highly-respected conservationist Safina was simultaneously sickened and emotionally devastated by just about everything …
The Raging Sea
Watching the heartbreaking reports eminating from the East Coast of Japan one cannot help but be dumbfounded by the awesome power of Mother Nature and the fragility of our existence on this …
posted a Quick Tip about Trees. March 06, 2010
I live in a community where you can't cut trees without a permit. We love our mature woods and protect them diligently.
posted a Quick Tip about Trees. March 04, 2010
Providers of shade, oxygen, beauty & then some :)
reviewed Trees. February 23, 2010
There are a multitude of reasons to plant a tree. Many may be obvious, but some are not so obvious. We learned in science class that trees take away the bad carbon dioxide in the air and then release …
posted a Quick Tip about Trees. October 27, 2009
I love a neighborhood with a lot of trees and greenery....really adds to the ambiance. I planted Blue Spruces in my front yard, now huge!
reviewed Trees. October 27, 2009
This quotation from the prominent 19th Century American clergyman and abolitionist Henry Ward Beecher certainly reflects the way I feel about trees.  Did you know that trees are the oldest …
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