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Early Morning Magic

Early Morning Magic

I walked down the beach as the sun rose…soft sand under my feet, slowly dusting my heels with little golden […]

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Reforesting the Land in Costa Rica and Rethinking Grazing

Reforesting the Land in Costa Rica and Rethinking Grazing

Since the 1950s, nearly 60% of Costa Rica’s forests have been cut at one period in time for the purpose […]

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Lessons from a Day at Sea

Lessons from a Day at Sea

It was the first truly warm day in Malibu, California—nearing 70 degrees. The sun had come up early, and sunshine […]

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Save our Seagrass

Save our Seagrass

Did you ever imagine that such an unassuming ecosystem could be so essential to life on this planet?

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Sunrise Salutations along the Rejuvenated Southern California Coast

Sunrise Salutations along the Rejuvenated Southern California Coast

  My favorite time of day is sunrise. I wake up generally every day between 5:30 and 6 AM. This […]

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Lessons from the Oroville Dam

Lessons from the Oroville Dam

Maybe, just maybe, what is happening at Oroville will begin to wake up the American public to what is happening all around them when it comes to dams.

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Innovation and marine protection in Seychelles

Innovation and marine protection in Seychelles

When people mention the Republic of Seychelles, plush beach vacations most often come to mind. However, these islands may soon […]

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