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Hearts broken

Hearts broken

Posted on July 28, 2012 by AmyN

TO THE EDITOR:

Thirty-seven years ago, my husband and I took a train trip from the Twin Cities to Red Wing, and became engaged in that beautiful community. 268 more words

Frac Sand

Fine Feathered Friends

When we first came here to LittleHorse Ranch our only fine feathered friends were annual sparrows and some birds from the “perching bird” family. There were no “larger” birds around like; woodpeckers, scrub jays, or crows. 504 more words

Wild

Making Smart Assumptions about Prairie Management

Some people say it’s dangerous to make assumptions.  I disagree.  In fact, assumptions are both necessary and empowering.  Land managers make assumptions all the time.  If we didn’t, we’d never get anything done. 1,610 more words

Prairie

KENTUCKY “NATURE’S FINEST” LICENSE HOLDERS REBUFFED BY GENERAL ASSEMBLY

by Ruth Bamberger, Legislative Committee Chair
Sierra Club, Cumberland Chapter

Kentucky residents who purchase the special license plate “Nature’s Finest”  to help fund the state’s… 235 more words

InTheNews

It is All Connected

Original work first posted at Isáine’s other blog, Witch of the Wyldwood, May 7, 2013. 

This breath that I am taking, this air that I am inhaling, it is the out breath of other living creatures. 537 more words

Isáine

We Weep, We Weep, for the Forests of the Dead

Original content first posted at Isáine’s other blog, Witch of the Wyldwood November 13, 2012 . 

“I’m sorry, I’m sorry.”

The words fell from my lips, uttered over and over as I took in the landscape around me. 1,634 more words

Thetwistedtreeshoppe

Picture This - In the Frame

When you’re photographing plants and gardens, it’s natural to focus your attention on what’s in the center of the picture. Taking a few seconds to consider the “frame”—the edges of the image—before you shoot can help to enhance the entire photograph. 1,268 more words

Garden Photography