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Silent Summer

On September 27, 1962, Rachel Carson published her infamous book Silent Spring, chronicling the disastrous affect pesticides have on the environment. I’d love to write that in the 57 years since Silent Spring was published we’ve learned how to work … Continue reading

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Time is but the stream I go a-fishing in.

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Hey Henry, Happy Belated Birthday. July marked the two hundredth birthday for Thoreau; July 12, to be exact. And since he loved meandering along the Concord River, I thought I’d start this post with a nod his way. Plus, the … Continue reading

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Don’t blink!

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Because if you do, you’ll miss sooo much. So sit back, keep your eyes wide open, and witness some of the many wonders of the Concord River. While weeding through the mulch, I came upon mother spider with an egg … Continue reading

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