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Turning Point Gratitude Project Course Outline & Registration Forms

We are less than a week away from the first session of the Turning Point Gratitude Project Ecological Design Course. The first session begins at 8 a.m. 359 more words

In Plain Sight

Young master of camouflage, a crayfish holds motionless  in a riverside pool.

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Raceme

Nodding clusters of choke cherry (Prunus virginiana) are brightening the hedgerows of May.

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American Beech

…Known to the Western Abenaki quite simply as the mountain tree: wajoimizi, from wajo (mountain) + i (connector) + mizi (tree). The moist, well-drained slopes of eastern North America are where you will find the American Beech, an unmistakably familiar inhabitant of the forest. 495 more words

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Arnold the human doll

Is there such a thing as being so handsome you’re almost too pretty? I think Arnold, the 1930s university student from Brattleboro, Vermont managed just that. 10 more words

Gentlemen

Arrow Hill

On a mountaintop in Surry, New Hampshire, above the Ashuelot River, a large flat boulder sits in a clearing. Pecked and hammered into the surface of the stone is the image of a curved bow, with the bowstring drawn back into a sharp V and a three-feathered arrow, aiming southeast.

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