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The Frog Cycle

It is easy to get caught in the daily, weekly, and monthly rhythms.  Sometimes when finally we stop and draw breath we are surprised at where we’ve ended-up.  175 more words

Gardening

teaching long of rest and waiting

These are thoughts that I put down as I sat with my Grandma and other family members near the end of my Grandma’s life. She was in her own bedroom and surrounded by loved ones: 513 more words

Death

The Joys of Raising Tadpoles.

I don’t remember how I wound up with a frog in my classroom. Somehow it had just happened.

Our classroom had become the proud home of a giant aquarium, a frog and frog spawn. 251 more words

General

Roundup Ready genetically modified soybeans contain high levels of roundup.

A new study has determined that herbicide resistant genetically modified (GM) plants contain the herbicide that they have been engineered to resist. Globally, glyphosate tolerant and genetically modified soy is the most widely used gm crop plant. 2,375 more words

Health

Bubbles

What for most of the year is a shallow grassy pond: a summertime nursery for thousands of tadpoles, transforms with the onset of winter and through the interaction of ice and organic decay, into an intensely complex time capsule. 41 more words

Wales

An Otterly Delicious Breakfast!

The North American River Otter is making an amazing comeback, not just on Cape Ann and all around Massachusetts, but in many regions throughout the United States. 464 more words

Cape Ann Wildlife

AN OTTERLY DELICIOUS BREAKFAST!

The North American River Otter is making an amazing comeback, not just on Cape Ann and all around Massachusetts, but in many regions throughout the United States. 461 more words

Gloucester