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The Water Tank Project

Art to Save Water

Water to Save Life

“Launching Summer 2014″ — #NoShade but it is mid-August so I’m hoping they get this up real soon. 72 more words


Detective Joseph Mayrose Garden

At this July Clean & Green at the GCC 20 volunteers came out to Detective Mayrose Park to revitalize the park gardens. Among a variety of flowers donated by the conservancy, volunteers also brought GCC’s own stash of monthly compost to add a nutrient boost the soil to help native flowers to grow at the park. 157 more words

Gowanus Canal

Streambank stabilization project moves into final stages

After 39 years of teaching kindergarten and college students, Dave Anderson was ready to grab his tackle box, hang a “Gone Fishin’” sign on his door and spend some quality time on the creek. 806 more words


"It was in the forest that I found "the peace that passeth understanding"  Jane Goodall

This blog is dedicated to thoughts and conversations on womanhood, female identity, body image, sistership, community, feminine leadership, woman’s art, women’s writing, nature conservancy and wilderness. 48 more words

Ecosia - The Search Engine That Plants Trees

I am a Google addict – I love Chrome with all the extensions, Gmail, and all the other applications – and I’m no big fan of Bing (you either use Google or Bing, but not both – right?). 213 more words


War Against the Aliens

When I moved to Hilton some nine years ago, I was told that “anything will grow in your garden; if you put a broom handle in the ground, it will sprout” and due to the rich fertile soil that has indeed been the case. 354 more words

A Thought on The Debate of Hunting Endangered Animals

First of, this is my personal view on a topic that’s been on the news more recently the last couple months; some of you might have a different opinion. 760 more words