Our Living Planet

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From The New York Times: The Earth Is Just as Alive as You Are Scientists once ridiculed the idea of a living planet. Not anymore. It’s time to revisit the Gaia Hypothesis. “If Earth breathes, sweats and quakes — if … Continued

Remnants of a Season

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By Karen Stevenson Remnants of a misty moisty morning walk…a deer skull, lichen, autumn leaves, and a nest. Remnant…remembering…a fading season, an empty nest, and bones. A tree covered in the feathery blue-green-gray lichen, a nest fallen from a tree, … Continued

Look, Don’t Touch!

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A fantastic article encouraging kids (and their adults) to immerse themselves in nature, make mud pies, build forts, and climb trees. Nature can take it, and the love they develop for nature as a kid will foster environmentally friendly behaviors … Continued

Screen Addiction and Children

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A new article from the New York times about Screen Addiction in China, the US, and how more children spend more of their lives in a digital world than the real one. Coincides with a new documentary from PBS called … Continued

A Rock Story

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By Karen Stevenson I love rocks! After spending a day trekking around the countryside, I have been known to arrive at home with my pockets filled with rocks. I suppose I learned that habit from my mother. She kept a … Continued