The Cycle Of life

A Different Kind of Tree Hugger

This week the tree behind my terrace was cut down. It was a victim of drought and greed. Its former golf course owners sold the land to a developer, and the tree lost its caretaker. ...more

Travelog Europe: Trees I visited

Travelog Europe: Trees I visited Botanicals I observed and photographed in Rennes, France while I was attending the 2009 International Ethological Conference. ...more

Poetry Friday: Alice Pettway

Alice Pettway's chapbook, Barbed Wire and Bedclothes, is forthcoming from Spire Press, Inc. later this year. She is a former Lily Peter Fellow, Raymond L. ...more

An Inspiring Green Dream

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you’ve imagined. As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler. ...more

Photography & other news

So I got a job working from home! It's great I'm a web editor/writer. I'm thinking of picking some extra work from home stuff so I can put aside $ for X-Mas and traveling. Also, I'm indulging in one of my (many) passions: Photography. If anybody can give me tips on how to get better, let me know as I'm trying to sell my pics on photostock. ...more

Urban Wildlife Watch - Redbuds

Urban Wildlife Watch - Redbuds I visited the Missouri State Nursery ...more

Happy April - Environmental Awareness Month

April showers bring May Flowers. It's the month of spring and sunshine and rain puddles and fresh green field with flowers blooming. ...more

Green Living - Junk Free Mailbox

Junk mail is more than simply annoying. It also uses valuable resources. Each year 100 million trees are ground up to produce junk mail. Approximately 44% of all junk mail is thrown in the trash, unopened and unread. Not surprisingly, about 40% of the solid mass that makes up our landfills is paper and paperboard waste. ...more

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