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By Jim Harding

From R-Town News, June 26, 2015

We aren’t very conscientious when it comes to protecting water. We’re neither respectful nor effective in this. 1,391 more words

R-Town News

Some things work just like they're supposed to!

Japanese beetles are a garden pest that can wreak havoc on several things:  roses, and, as I discovered 2 years ago, green bean leaves.  Then last year I discovered this really neat thing that does work exactly the way it’s supposed to. 252 more words


Climate Scientism is Made of Green Cheese

~~~Dr. Humanitylove or How I Learned to Love Fossil Fuel~~~

How’s your credulity index these days?

Remember the Greek philosopher Plato’s symbolic illustration of a cave and the people chained inside? 601 more words

Global Warming

Phase 1 Habitat Survey

With spring now a fading memory and the summer in full swing, it means that it is surveying season here on the SNCV sites as flowers burst into bloom. 664 more words


My First Week

Hello all, I’m Joe and it brings me great pleasure to introduce myself to you as the new Biodiversity Assistant. Having spent the past week learning the ropes with those at the SNCV, it has amazed me how driven, willing and passionate the volunteers are towards creating and sustaining the wildlife havens throughout Sutton. 228 more words


Mar del Plastico

{ Image; Mar del Plastico, Andalusia, Spain. }

Bernhard Lang’s aerial photographs are every bit as eye opening as they are majestic. His series ‘Aerial Views’ has been an ongoing project for 5 years now and ‘ 360 more words



This week has been a busy week for bat surveys. I was invited along to 3 of them; 2 emergence surveys, one with an internal, and a dawn survey starting at 3am. 242 more words