Reference my blog post "S" is for Soil. The book reviewed in that post explores the importance of soil to all life on Earth. But there is a new take on the soil – a documentary video named Symphony of the Soil – which artfully leads us through the formation of the soil, describes what we have … [Read more...]
I want to share with you two resources I am most grateful for. The first one is a Facebook page, and the second is a newsletter. The Dave Crawford Facebook page I am intrigued by Dave Crawford's Facebook page. I have known Dave since 2005 when he was a Wild Ones member. With his … [Read more...]
The overall dryness of my prairie has dealt a blow to the most brilliance I have ever seen. The uprooted and removed trees have done wonders for my prairie. I have never seen it so high before! Explore the prairie. Click a single photo. Then click the photo again to enlarge it. … [Read more...]
It’s Pollinator Week!
This week, June 22-28, 2020, is when we celebrate pollinators. This is the week we celebrate the special species in our lives – the bees, birds, butterflies, bats and beetles. It is a special time to pause, celebrate pollinators and focus on what we can do to help pollinators thrive in this world of … [Read more...]
“S” Is for Soil!
A friend helping me with the blog has written a review of "S" Is for Soil!. In the book and the companion teacher’s guide, Digging into Soil: A Garden Practicum, we are to encouraged to see a perception of soil as a limitless resource. It is the most important natural resource on Earth. I read the … [Read more...]
Nature’s Best Hope
Introduction I want to explain why it has been so long since I have written a blog post. The hospital was closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and my therapy sessions were put on hold. Because my friends bought me an iPad, I was able to continue without a therapist. Recently, I have started therapy … [Read more...]
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