I have to admit, I am beginning to feel a little like a broken record. Last year at this time, we were concerned about the… Continue reading What Can I Do About the Wildfires?
What is the most endangered marine mammal in the world? It’s the adorable vaquita porpoise, with a depressingly low population of as few as 10… Continue reading International Save the Vaquita Day
The current environment and situation we are all dealing with has brought some frustrations and anxiety to our lives. While some stores won’t let me… Continue reading Earth Month Conservation “Easter Egg” Hunt
I’ve had two super late nights in the past week, and while I certainly don’t like to make a habit of it, it was for… Continue reading For the Love…of Pollinators
Many folks today were out and about celebrating Cinco de Mayo, drinking margaritas and Coronas. I celebrated quite a different way.
I have been struggling with how to convey my most important fitness message to my audience for some time. My main motivation and inspiration for… Continue reading Positive Spin on a Dire Situation
Last year at this time, I was just getting ready to move to Oregon, but I was also planning for my container garden I wanted for out balcony. By June I had several small seedlings that were promising to be productive and prosperous. In August, my plants all had nicknames of “Freeloaders”. They drank my water, ate my plant food, and soaked up my sunshine but didn’t give me a damn thing to eat.
I attended a presentation at the refuge about a special Fish and Wildlife Service program called “Wildlife Without Borders“. It’s based on the idea that… Continue reading 100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 33: Wildlife Without Borders