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Save our beaches!

Who doesn’t love the beach? Many people, including myself, consider the beach to be their happy place or go-to place.  Don’t you want to keep the beach beautiful? 78 more words


Grass cutting delayed to conserve wildflowers on Bury Hill

The Friends of Rowley Hills are grateful to Sandwell Council Parks and Green spaces for their recent support to protect a rare floral display of Harebells that are growing on the hillside above Bury Hill Park. 142 more words

Black Country

In The Purple World

In the purple world
Beetles congregate
To Perform
Minuscule ablutions,
Perhaps hold
Precise insect conversations,
As if they knew
Exactly what to do
With their lives.

© Ben Truesdale and distilledvoice, 2015


Lazy Duck Potato

Not sure what happened to this guy – Only one I’ve ever seen laying down. 6 more words


Marsh, forest and bog protected by conservation group

TABUSINTAC NEW BRUNSWICK, – The Nature Conservancy of Canada is protecting a stretch of salt marsh, forest and coastal bog habitat on New Brunswick’s Acadian Peninsula. 75 more words


Field Days around the Corner

When it comes to implementing new conservation practices on the ground, field days matter!

Attending field days provides an outstanding opportunity to learn from neighbors and experts about conservation practices, soil health, and water quality; ask questions of fellow farmers as to how they are making cover crops and other conservation practices work in their operations; and enjoy a bit of fellowship while you’re at it.   111 more words

Time Capsule | 7.28.2015

Time Capsule | July 28, 2015

Alaska 2009

In the summer of 2009 I went on an amazing trip to the backcountry of Alaska, specifically to Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. 795 more words