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Harbor Country Hikers Guided Hike March 31, 2018

March 31, 2018
POSTPONED
DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER

at the Tryon Farm Barn
1500 Tryon Road
Michigan City, IN 46360

NOTE: WE REGRET THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO THE FORECAST OF DANGEROUSLY HIGH WINDS, RAIN AND COLD TEMPS.  128 more words

Outreach + Exchange

The True Cause of Soil Erosion

There is a widespread belief that it is plant roots that prevent soil erosion by keeping the soil in place. When these are removed, as happens when trees are cut down or smaller plants are uprooted, the soil is ploughed in order to prevent undesired plants from growing, or poisons are sprayed to prevent the growth of other plants besides the cultivated crops, the soil is vulnerable to being dried by the sun, blown away by the wind, and washed away by the rain. 1,151 more words

Act III: The Glorious Miracle Of Life

On Fire and Family, an essay

Here’s an essay from a collection of essays titled Kansas Chronicles which I mentioned in The Quest, a previous post, and which an international blogger friend, Rambling Rose, read. 2,141 more words

Family

HLT Successfully Meets Fundraising Goal for O'Neil Farm Conservation Project!

Happy New to all, and a happy start to the new year it is for the Hinesburg Land Trust! Thanks to the generosity of HLT supporters, we successfully met our 2017 fundraising goal of $10,000 to conserve the O’Neil Farm in Hinesburg. 39 more words

Land Conservation

Bipartisan legislation solves Mount Hood land dispute

The act allows development of 100 acres near Government Camp while protecting more than 700 acres.

Legislation to protect and enhance Oregon’s land conservation and recreation priorities on Mount Hood passed the U.S. 26 more words

Portland Tribune

heaven on earth is home

It looks like a painting. But it is real life.  Taken a short time ago over in Westtown.  I made my last trip probably to Pete’s Produce for the season.  420 more words

Chester County