Monthly Archives: July 2013

Do We Want Clean Air and Clean Water?

I am on my way to Climate Reality  Leadership Training in Chicago, and hope to learn to communicate what we need to do if clean air and clean water are important to us! Below is from Steve Hogseth of Utah: When our … Continue reading

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Superior Views, Hoping for that Lake Superior Breeze

“The fog was lifting off the water. It was just magical.”  Jennifer Granholm No monarch butterflies to enjoy, but the white admiral,  fritillary, northern pearly eye,  and lots of skippers are happy and beautiful. It has been a great year … Continue reading

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Habitat loss, No Monarchs this year

There just isn’t enough milkweed! The monarch butterfly numbers have plummeted, and experts tell us it is habitat loss due to bad weather(climate change), mono-cultures of corn and soybeans, and pesticides. Why can’t you purchase common milkweed at garden stores? … Continue reading

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Meatless Monday: Quinoa Burgers and Corn Casserole

Reducing meat consumption, especially beef, is great for our brains, our hearts, and our earth Corn Casserole  2 cups any dry uncooked pasta 1 can creamed corn                                                            1 can whole kernel corn (include juice) About ¾ pound mozzarella cheese (shredded) … Continue reading

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“Cooler by the Lake”

Superior Views, First week of July Summer is late this year because of a rainy cold spring, and the strength of the sun is needed everyday to warm the air near the big lake.  Because of the crisis with bees … Continue reading

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