Monthly Archives: August 2014

New Monarch Butterflies

This is why you should plant milkweed. The story of three new monarch butterflies, August 2014: First, swamp milkweed Then four monarch caterpillars A few weeks later, vibrant colored monarchs Next I discovered three empty chrysalis hanging on goldenrod ! … Continue reading

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Health Conscious People Should Avoid

I have written about many of these items in other blogs, and this pulls many of my ideas together.  I could add other items that I believe are harmful such as pesticides, but I don’t want to distract from this … Continue reading

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Climate March, September 21, New York City

On September 21, WWF, Climate Reality, Sierra Club, 350.Org, Health4earth and many others are participating in the People’s Climate March in New York City. And we need you to be there with us! View online version | Contact us Action Update! Dear Friend, … Continue reading

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August, Get Outside!

Superior views,  August 2014 August is the best month of the year on Lake Superior.  The weather is perfect, and there is so much to enjoy.  The dog days of summer don’t happen here, and it is perfect to be active outside. … Continue reading

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Enjoy your Exercise!

Enjoy the Outdoors as You Exercise I am excited to become a Move It Monday Ambassador.  It is my passion to walk or bike and appreciate the beauty of the outdoors.  As you walk notice the birds, butterflies, colors of … Continue reading

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Study Links Styrofoam to Cancer

I have been writing about the harm of Styrofoam on these pages for the past year.  Now there is new evidence: NEVER take Styrofoam containers or cups What products have styrene? or Styrofoam This is from ecowatch.com Styrene is used … Continue reading

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