Monthly Archives: October 2014

Strawberry runners

“There, now it can put its little roots down into the earth,” Mom said as she moved a wild strawberry runner from a limestone rock to the soil alongside. The red runner had crawled its way for a couple of … Continue reading

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Half gone. And the next 40 Years?

“The Earth has Half as Many Animals as it did in 1970.” “Are We Getting Used to Less Wildlife?” These two headlines caught my attention this week. The first is from a High Country News story; the second aired on … Continue reading

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