In response to my earlier post on Wild Parsnip, Wild Parsnip – Another Non-Native Look-Alike, I got an e-mail from Wild Ones friend Tim Lewis who reminded me about the Parsnip Predator. Tim wrote, “I have this tool and I use it to sever the roots of small trees, dig up some sturdy plants and to dig holes to put my nursery plants in the ground. A very useful tool!” Sounds like a good tool to have for use around the landscape.
Archives for July 2018
A coalition of national environmental groups filed litigation on May 24, 2018 “National Audubon Society v. Department of the Interior, in the Southern District of New York” challenging the Administration’s move to eliminate longstanding protections for waterfowl, raptors and songbirds under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA). [Read more…]
Last week I wrote about Goutweed and how it looks so much like Golden Alexander (Goutweed vs Golden Alexander). I wanted to follow that article with a post about Wild Parsnip, another non-native noxious weed that looks like Golden Alexander. There are several subtle differences, however. [Read more…]
I just became aware that today, July 24th, is National Tequila Day. I couldn’t find anything about how it came to be, but apparently it is. So, here’s to tequila! One of my favorite alcoholic beverages.
1 can frozen limeade
3 cans water
2 cans gold tequila [Read more…]