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Bye Bye Bugs

8/1/2008 // By Tracy Perkins

Spending time outdoors is one of the best parts of summer in most parts of this country. Camping, hiking and combing the beach are all wonders of summer time, but they all have a common enemy…hematophagous critters, a.k.a. blood sucking […] Read more >

Camping Essentials: Great Resources for Campers

6/25/2008 // By Danielle Brigida

With NWF’s Great American Backyard Campout right around the corner, (JUNE 28th 2008) I thought it would be great to post about great resources campers can use while on their own personal outdoor adventures. So to begin I’ll start with […] Read more >

5 Wild Edible Foods

6/4/2008 // By David Mizejewski

For most folks, dinner comes neatly packaged from the grocery store. But before it reaches the shelves, all of our food comes from the land in one way or another. And did you know that some foods that aren’t farmed at […] Read more >

Be A Good Neighbor to Wildlife

3/14/2008 // By Danielle Brigida

The #1 thing us homo-sapiens can do to help wildlife today and here on out is reduce our global warming pollution. Knowing this, the National Wildlife Federation just introduced a pretty sweet new program to show you how easy it […] Read more >

Water Conservation Tips

2/12/2008 // By Danielle Brigida

I don’t think I need to emphasize how important water is. However, I do want to say that with the number of issues we are facing we aren’t paying enough attention to what makes up 75% of our bodies. The […] Read more >

Birdfeeding 101

1/30/2008 // By Jane Kirkland

This is a popular time of year to feed birds. Watching birds at the feeder is a fun and educational family activity that you can do from within the house when the days are cold or rainy. November through April […] Read more >

Turn the Holidays Green: Earth Friendly Gifts and Tips

12/10/2007 // By David Mizejewski

To follow-up on last week’s “Green Spotlight on the Holidays, here are some additional green gift ideas you may be interested in. Everyday the headlines reflect a change in the way Americans relate to the environment and the way they […] Read more >

Green Spotlight on the Holidays

12/6/2007 // By Danielle Brigida

Holiday decorations don’t have to be an energy drain. Nowadays you can deck the halls with boughs of organic holly and string up eco-friendly lights. You can even toast your friends and family with green wines. When it comes to […] Read more >

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