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Dead Bees on Washington: Does the Environmental “Now” Ever Come?

Dead Bees on Washington: Does the Environmental “Now” Ever Come?

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 5, 2016 7

Just two weeks ago, June 20-26, 2016, we celebrated the annual National Pollinator Week—or you may have observed it if you knew it was National Pollinator Week. Most likely, you didn’t. Some beekeepers would

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The Most Amazing Old World Wine Tour (with an Adventure Twist!)

The Most Amazing Old World Wine Tour (with an Adventure Twist!)

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl January 4, 2016 0

Biking through the lovely rolling hills of Napa Valley, California? Hiking or biking the beautifully sun splashed landscapes among vineyards in Tuscany, Italy? These seem to be on many peoples wine tasting wish lists.

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Thanksgiving: Eating with Gratitude Connects You to Nature

Thanksgiving: Eating with Gratitude Connects You to Nature

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 26, 2015 0

For most of us, Thanksgiving is the only holiday of the year centered on giving thanks for what we already have, our families and our friends. It is also the only holiday I know

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When Going Green Isn’t Good: Climate Change and the Green Revolution

When Going Green Isn’t Good: Climate Change and the Green Revolution

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 16, 2014 3

Feeding the world’s population in the coming years is going to be a challenge. The United Nations estimates that by 2100, there will be an average of 11 billion people on Earth; that’s four

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3 Meals a Day…or a Lifetime of Memories? | Ben’s Musings

3 Meals a Day…or a Lifetime of Memories? | Ben’s Musings

Ben Bressler May 13, 2014 0

Dear Traveler, I like eating. I’m guessing you do, too. Heck, I bet most of us enjoy our meals, right? (Okay, this is clearly going to be a bit of a wise-ass blog post,

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Inside Antarctica: Ship Life on an Antarctica Cruise – Then and Now

Inside Antarctica: Ship Life on an Antarctica Cruise – Then and Now

Nate Small March 5, 2014 0

As I sit and write this, our Antarctica cruise ship is slowly rolling past Cape Horn.  Sailors around the world revere this cape. Thankfully today, the ocean spares me. The wind speed is a

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