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How much nature do you need?

How much nature do you need?

In health class, we often learned about food pyramids. Whole grains are on the bottom, because we need 5-7 servings […]

Delisting the Manatee

Delisting the Manatee

Sigh. These days it’s no fun to read the news. Most of the environmental stories are bad, and even the […]

So you’re going to discuss climate change

So you’re going to discuss climate change

A good friend of mine from college and I had a brief conversation about climate change just before the holidays. […]

The importance of long-term research

The importance of long-term research

As February transitioned into March, I was far from home. Leaving the long leaf pines and palm trees behind in […]

Snorkeling in Key West’s protected marine areas

Snorkeling in Key West’s protected marine areas

In mid-January, I hopped on a boat from a Key West, Florida, harbor with my colleagues from the Natural Resources […]

How to create change: Citizens are heard on H.R. 621

How to create change: Citizens are heard on H.R. 621

It was the last afternoon in January and I was driving 45 minutes from a work meeting back to the […]

Why I Knit My Own Sweater

Why I Knit My Own Sweater

Over New Year’s weekend, I spent a very relaxing few days binge watching Downton Abbey and just taking it easy […]

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